Workforce Alliance Projects

International Benchmarking Work Team

This team is working to publicize a new international benchmarking tool and report on technical women from Oxford Economics-NCWIT partnership as well as help shape a qualitative study on how cultural issues affect technical women on global teams. 
 
Intended Outcomes:
  • Review and give feedback on a new NCWIT international research report on technical women.

Member Connections Work Team

This team works to increase ongoing communication, idea sharing, and interactive engagement among WA/EA members between annual NCWIT Summit meetings.

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New Resources Work Team

This team works to identify and prioritize where new resources or research is needed, and offer feedback throughout resource development or the research process.

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Pacesetters Program

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NCWIT Pacesetters is the first, fast-track program of its kind, aiming to move the national needle for women’s participation in computing. Company and university leaders work together across corporate and academic boundaries, committed to increasing their organization’s number of technical women at an accelerated pace. NCWIT Pacesetters employ innovative methods and set quantifiable goals to recruit untapped talent pools of “Net New Women” — technical women who would otherwise pursue non‑computing careers or would be at risk of leaving.

Resources-to-Action Work Team

This team works to help repackage existing NCWIT resources so that they are more actionable, as well as help determine a range of action plans for companies at various stages in the change process.

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