#LitALady
#LitALady
Tech jobs are among the fastest growing in the country, yet girls are being left behind. While girls’ interest in computer science dwindles over time, the biggest drop off happens between the ages of 13-17. And a few drop in the Tetiary institutions too. Get Involved in Ladies in Tech's Activities to help battle this.
Campus Ambassador
We begin with the people we know best — high school and college students. With our resources and guidance, high schoolers and college students experience, firsthand, computer science’s capacity for social impact and problem-solving. Our students pay it forward by becoming advocates for our movement and reaching out to their communities and schools.
Be A Mentor
Through our research, we know that one of the primary challenges that girls face in pursuing computer science as a career is a lack of female role models. Girls are likely to grow up to be innovators only if they have access to female innovators, underscoring the importance of role models and self-image.
Volunteer With Us
Through our research, we know that one of the primary challenges that girls face in pursuing computer science as a career is a lack of female role models. Girls are likely to grow up to be innovators only if they have access to female innovators, underscoring the importance of role models and self-image.