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Regional Partnerships

National Center for Women in Information Technology (NCWIT) Pittsburgh

NCWIT convenes, equips and unites change leaders in a wide variety of research- based programs and educational opportunities. More than 22,800 girls, women, and non-binary and genderqueer individuals with diverse identities are being supported by Aspirations in Computing. Teachers and other educators are leveraging NCWIT resources and programs to engage and inspire students. School counselors are learning about computing fields and, in turn, guiding more students to the courses they need. Post-secondary educators are mentoring undergraduate and graduate students alike. And workplace cultures, both corporate and academic, are becoming more inclusive because leaders are owning them, and using research-backed resources and tools to make change – rethinking their organizations and the everyday experiences of those who work in them.

Pittsburgh Regional Initiatives:

Aspirations in Computing

Counselors for Computing

Academic Alliance

Workforce Alliance

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The Pennsylvania Talent Pipeline Project, TMG

The PA Talent Pipeline Project through TMG strives to educate employers about talent acquisition and retention through building relationships and strengthening talent pipelines at area high schools, community colleges, and CTE centers-all at no cost. The expansion to the Pittsburgh Region aims to build a skilled workforce for the submarine industrial base. By creating and sustaining a maritime and defense industrial base focused talent pipeline, employers can re-capitalize their workforce through recruiting, hiring, training, and retaining skilled workforce members with critical trade skills.

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