Careers in STEAM for the young women of tomorrow

By WITT

There are many clear careers in STEM that we highly endorse, and we’re super excited to see a spotlight on them. Allow us to take that to our area of particular interest and passion. The intersection of STEM and the arts ie: STEAM. STEAM education is “an approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering,…

Please Join! There’s no place like TECH.

By WITT

Tech careers are awesome for women. Just ask women in the field and they quickly share stories about the innovative, creative, and analytical skills you can leverage to design and deliver technology solutions. The challenge occurs when girls lose interest in science and math classes early in life. Research shows that girls opt-out of these…

Can we take an unbiased look at how we frame technology for young girls?

By WITT

One of our goals here at Women In Tech Tribe (WITT) is to spotlight amazing opportunities that exist for young women who have taken the ideas of STEM, and introduced art into it. The world of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, ART, and math) offers options that are still far too undiscovered for our personal taste!…

The small but powerful difference between STEM and STEAM

By WITT

While STEM quite literally stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, and their usage in guiding education, STEAM is gaining an exciting mainstream understanding. STEAM education is “an approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking” according to The Institute…

Women in Tech: The Younger Set Shaking Up the World of Tech

By WITT

“When you increase the number of girls in tech, you also see a shift in the problems that are being addressed and the solutions. And I’m excited to be a part of that.” ~ Damilola Awofisayo, WWDC21 Swift Student Challenge winner When we started this second series of articles back in October, the goal was…

Women in Tech: Nurturing the Next Generation

By WITT

“I have very personally felt the overwhelming loneliness, self-doubt, and frustration that often comes with the minority status of a woman in engineering. As much as I can help others get through or avoid those difficult stretches that I myself had to weather, I’d like to. As a bonus, the more women (and minorities) that…