Resources

More than 160 NCWIT research-based resources raise awareness, increase knowledge, and build capacity for individuals and organizations to reach out to critical populations and implement systemic change. NCWIT provides resources for reform at every level — K-12, postsecondary, industry — that are attractive, easy-to-use, free, and available in both electronic and print formats.

 

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How Do You Mentor Technical Women at Work?

Paired mentors and protégés exchange advice for career advancement and reduced turnover. Formal mentoring programs may include organized activities that provide a framework for the mentor-protégé relationship and can lead to more rapid career advancement and higher career satisfaction for participants than non-participants.

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Development Folder

Three panel presentation folder with inside pocket.

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Counselors for Computing (C4C) Business Card (standard)

A standard business card with contact info and QR code on the front, and a blank back for writing.

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EngageCSEdu Oval Sticker

Oval sticker with EngageCSEdu logo.

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