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The statistics are alarming according to the National Science Foundation. America lags behind other nations in the number of students majoring in science and engineering at colleges and universities. To improve the statistic, WIT Girls collaborates with the Georgia business community to support and inspire girls in middle and high school to break through barriers and advance opportunities in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math (STEAM) fields by providing them hands-on experience and educational workshops that ignite an early interest in careers in STEAM.

Female students benefit from WIT Girls’ main programs: Career Exploration workshops, Immersion Experience and the Job Shadow Program. By collaborating with companies like EarthLink, Greenlight, Primerica, Cox Enterprises, VMware, State Farm, Equifax, Rollins, IBM and others, and with educational/nonprofit organizations such as Ron Clark Academy, Georgia FIRST robotics, Junior Achievement, Atlanta-area schools and more, we are able to offer these events at no charge to the students.

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  • “I cannot adequately convey my appreciation for the WIT organization and their incredible volunteers who have supported both of my daughters over the past 10 years.  Both of my girls loved the various events they attended: Behind the Scenes, Immersion, Job Shadow, Mentoring, and more. They learned a lot, but it was the encouragement, enthusiasm, and support of WIT that meant the most to both the girls and to us as parents. I wanted my kids to know that there were so many different careers and companies, but I had no idea the in-depth knowledge they would be getting from WIT Girls events.  More importantly, they were encouraged, inspired, and supported by this amazing group of women; they felt it in the group events and individually through participation in WIT Girls and other programs. At every WIT Girls event, the girls also felt supported and encouraged in their hobbies and extracurricular activities. These WIT Women are amazing as they enthusiastically encourage our daughters. WIT is filling a vital role that schools cannot fill, that doesn’t exist anywhere else.”

    – Debbie, Mother of a WIT Girl

  • “I have been associated with Women In Technology as a high school student for the past 4 years. This has been one of my most cherished institutions since it has taught me a lot, both professionally and personally. I have built a strong professional network at WIT, and it has enabled me to get real-world work experience during several job shadow programs, as well as at various events that I have participated in as a Member and as an Ambassador. I highly recommend WIT to any and every high school girl whether or not she is interested in technology, as WIT exposure will open up a new horizon for any impressionable mind, be it a middle schooler, high schooler, or a college student”

    – Zareenah, WIT Girl

  • “As a parent of a WIT Girl of the Year Finalist and Scholarship Recipient,  WIT has given my daughter a view of the STEAM business world that she would have never received in a traditional classroom setting.  My daughter began her WIT journey at the age of 10.  Her first event was at Georgia Pacific and she was hooked.  We are truly grateful to WIT for providing a space and tools for girls to feel confident to pursue and thrive in the world of STEAM.” 

    – Bisa, Mother of a WIT Girl

  • “As a high school student, WIT helped connect me with so many successful women who became mentors and role models for my success.”

    -Alina, WIT Girl

  • “I signed my daughter up for WIT Girls when she entered middle school. She had attended a week long coding camp the previous summer that she really enjoyed but she felt a little out of place because there were only a handful of girls in attendance. As a woman that works in tech I know firsthand what it’s like to be the minority in more ways than one. I wanted my daughter to be exposed and given a diverse perspective. Introducing her to WIT was the best decision I could have made.   WIT has provided fun ways for her to learn about different technologies and careers. She has attended several workshops and has had opportunities to be in the presence of women in different stages of their career. She is now a sophomore in high school and although she has not yet chosen what field to pursue, WIT has helped to make her aware of the various career opportunities in the field of STEAM. ” 

    – Kim, Mother of a WIT Girl

    WIT Girl Events


    WIT Girls & State Farm: Digital Visionaries: AI-Powered Creativity Unleashed

    3/30 WIT Girls & State Farm: Digital Visionaries: AI-Powered Creativity Unleashed Topic: Discover the fascinating world of AI-powered imaging at State Farm! Join us for an engaging learning experience where […]

    2024 WIT Girls Job Shadow

    7/15-7/19 WIT Girls Job Shadow Week What is the WIT Girls Job Shadow Program? Teenage girls are provided with a glimpse of the day-to-day excitement of a career in technology. For […]

    WIT Girls: The Evolution of Animation at The Hatchery

    4/13 WIT Girls: The Evolution of Animation at The Hatchery Topic: The Hatchery at Emory University is the perfect place to unleash your creativity and bring your ideas to life. […]

    Women In Technology (WIT) Announces Winners of the 2023 Women of the Year Awards in STEAM

    WOMEN IN TECHNOLOGY (WIT) ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF THE 2023 WOMEN OF THE YEAR AWARDS IN STEAM Women in Technology (WIT) announced the winners of its’ 2023 Women of the Year […]

    WIT Girls & Graphic Packaging International: Girls in Gear: Exploring Machinery Systems & Paperboard Packaging

    11/4 WIT GIRLS & GRAPHIC PACKAGING INTERNATIONAL: GIRLS IN GEAR: EXPLORING THE WORLD OF MACHINERY SYSTEMS & PAPERBOARD PACKAGING Topic: Graphic Packaging International is one of the largest manufacturers of paperboard and […]

    WIT Girls Job Shadow 2023 Recap: Empowering Future Tech Leaders

    WIT GIRLS JOB SHADOW 2023 RECAP: EMPOWERING FUTURE TECH LEADERS As we reflect on this transformative week, we invite young women everywhere to join the WIT Girls community, explore transformative […]

    WIT Girl Programs

    Immersion Experience

    Immersion Experiences are an opportunity for WIT Girls to immerse themselves into a particular role to solve a problem or work as a part of a team. Get ready to immerse yourself in an Atlanta area company!

    Job Shadowing

    Young girls are provided with a glimpse of the day-to-day excitement a career in technology as they participate in the Job Shadow program. For one week each year, high school girls are paired with various career women in the technology field so they can learn what their future holds when they pursue an education and career in a STEAM field.

    WIT Girls Scholarships

    The 2023 WIT Girls Scholarship Applications are now closed.
    Stay tuned for 2024!

    For More Information

    WIT Girl Spotlight

    2023 Girl of the Year Winner

    Congratulations to our 2023 Girl of the Year Winner – Zareenah Ahmed!

    2023 Girl of the Year Finalists

    Congratulations to our 2023 Girl of the Year Finalists!

    2023 WIT Girls Scholarship Winners

    Congratulations Bhoomi Kotharkar and Gracelyn Sanusy!

    Meet Your WIT Girls Volunteer Leadership Team

    Primary Leadership Team

    Carrisa Jones, Volunteer Director- Ambassadors Program, Networking Events, Mentoring

    Chelsie Willis

    Volunteer Program Director

    Ambassador Team

    Carrisa Jones, Volunteer Director- Ambassadors Program, Networking Events, Mentoring

    Carrisa Jones

    Volunteer Program Director – Ambassadors Program, Networking Events, Mentoring

    Immersion Events Team

    Annie Eaton

    Volunteer Program Director – Arts
    Lauren Dornfeld Volunteer Program Manager

    Lauren Dornfeld

    Volunteer Program Manager

    Courtney Barrett

    Volunteer Program Manager

    Melony Buckhalter

    Volunteer Program Manager

    Erin Whittaker

    Volunteer Program Manager

    Job Shadow Program Team

    Tara Allen Volunteer Program Manager

    Trecia Landrum

    Volunteer Program Manager

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    Girl Sponsors

    Thank you to our WIT Girls Sponsors



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