Inspiring Success

A blog from Creating IT Futures

  • August 11, 2017

    On-Site Insights: Creating Community, Changing perceptions

    Sandra Ashworth Back in March 2017, Sandra Ashworth participated in a panel discussion at STEMapalooza, an annual event organized by the Girl Scouts in Chicago to showcase the exciting possibilities available through STEM education. Each panelist described her unique pathway getting started in a technology career. We continue the conversation here.
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  • August 9, 2017

    On-Site Insights: Creating opportunities through job training

    IT-RAndreaImage Back in March 2017, Andrea Rios McMillian participated in a panel discussion at STEMapalooza, an annual event organized by the Girl Scouts. Each panelist described the unique pathway she has followed during her career working with technology. We continue the conversation here.
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  • August 7, 2017

    On-Site Insights: Creating opportunities through giving back

    Toriana Back in March 2017, Toriana Williams participated in a panel discussion at STEMapalooza, an annual event organized by the Girl Scouts. Each panelist described her unique pathway getting started in a technology career. We continue the conversation here.
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  • July 27, 2017

    Former electrician charges into tech career

    160426_Angelina_082 Years of working as an electrician pointed Angelina Courtney toward her newfound IT career
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  • July 20, 2017

    Policy-Makers on Capitol Hill Discuss How to Get Girls Involved in STEAM

    STEAM Fair July 2017 photo 4-400 During the Women’s Congressional Policy Institute’s STEAM Fair, Members of Congress saw examples and engaged with thought-leaders on how to get more girls and women into STEAM roles.
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  • July 12, 2017

    Mom re-entering full-time workforce finds on-ramp to new IT career

    VanessaDalkhaa400px After working part-time for five years to spend more time with her young daughter, Vanessa Dalkhaa prepared to return to full-time employment. IT-Ready equipped her with the skills and knowledge she needed to launch a new career in IT.
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