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CalWomenTech Scale Up Project: Proven Tools Attract Women to STEM Training Programs

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Image of a young woman holding a circuit board and next to table with electronics.

The CalWomenTech Scale Up Project supports training for women in STEM careers.

Credit: Donna Milgram, IWITTS

 

Photo of a smiling young woman working on a car engine.

A graduate of Evergreen Valley College's automotive program.

Credit: Donna Milgram, IWITTS

 

A young woman standing in front of a sign with the text The SIMS.

Enrollment in computer science courses rose nearly 15 percent in just a year using CalWomenTech strategies.

Credit: Donna Milgram, IWITTS

 

Photo of a woman holding a red rag with her other hand on a handle.

Female role models improve recruitment of women in STEM-related fields.

Credit: Donna Milgram, IWITTS

 

Photo of principal investigator Donna Milgram, left, and co-principal investigator Gordon Snyder.

Principal investigator of CalWomenTech Scale Up Project Donna Milgram (left) and co-principal investigator Gordon Snyder.

Credit: Donna Milgram, IWITTS

 

Photo of the CalWomenTech Scale Up Project national advisory committee.

CalWomenTech Scale Up Project national advisory committee.

Credit: Donna Milgram, IWITTS

 



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