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WIT4Girls is designed to excite, inspire and engage young women with technology. 

Through positive female mentorship, WIT4Girls helps girls see how their innovative ideas can lead to limitless opportunities technology careers.  The WIT4girls pillar -- in collaboration with community schools, corporations, and organizations -- facilitates early coding events for middle-school aged students. 

  • Girls Who Code Clubs: WIT Wisconsin has successfully helped start five Girls Who Code clubs with 42 members across Wisconsin. Girls are winning NC-WIT Aspiration Awards due to their middle school involvement in these clubs. 
  • Train the Trainer Community Events: We work with local organizations and communities to train how to host a WIT4Girls event. Examples include Unplugged/Plugged Dance party (algorithm learning), Ada Fruit workshop, amongst many other opportunities. 
  • Microsoft Girls Workshops: Since 2018, we have empowered over 100 volunteers across 20+ companies to participate in Microsoft Microbit Girls Workshops engaging over 400 middle school girls across 6 communities.


Interested in sponsoring, volunteering, or hosting a WIT4girls event? Want more information about getting started? Contact your local WIT4girls chair or co-chairs: 

Northeast Wisconsin: Amy Bires and Lisa Olson

Northwest Wisconsin: Sarah Lipke

Southeast Wisconsin: Tracy Mueller and Kate Campbell

Southcentral Wisconsin: Lisa McDonough

Subscribe to our WIT YouTube Channel and check out the WIT4Girls Interview Series below!

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