NCWIT Extension Services for Undergraduate Programs (ES-UP) provides customized consultation to undergraduate departments of computing to help them develop high-impact strategies for recruiting and retaining more women students. (www.ncwit.org/extensionservices)
NCWIT EngageCSEdu encourages the development of more inclusive learning environments in introductory CS courses by helping faculty to easily share their most effective retention practices. (www.engage-csedu.org)
Using an iconic Red Chair, Sit With Me is a national advocacy campaign that provides a virtual gathering place for people (men, women, technical, non-technical) to acknowledge the valuable contributions of women in computing. (www.sitwithme.org)
Latinas in Technology brings together community leaders, policy makers, researchers, marketers, and members of the media to encourage Latinas and their families to consider careers in technology. (www.ncwit.org/latinas)
This session will help you identify prospective students, leverage existing resources on your campus, craft and assess the messages you use, and ultimately, design an effective strategy for recruiting diverse students to your computing program.
This session will focus on strategies proven to sustain young women’s interests in computing from high school through graduate school and into the computing workforce, and prepare you to implement these strategies in your own work.