Would you like to fill your STEM classrooms with women?
Whether it's at our national or our on-site trainings, IWITTS can teach you the top proven practices for recruiting and retaining female students. Increase the number of women and girls in your technology, science and engineering classrooms with the strategies you'll learn through the WomenTech Educators Training!
Work closely with other educators in the online version of our WomenTech Educators training. You will learn the same proven recruitment and retention strategies and develop a customized recruitment and retention plan during training. Learn at your own pace, from your own computer.
Why travel, when IWITTS can come to you? Led by dynamic trainers who are experts in their field, our on-site workshops give schools and other education organizations the tools they need to recruit and retain women and girls.
Join Donna Milgram, IWITTS Executive Director and WomenTech Educators Course Developer, in the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area for a two-day Train-the-Trainer workshop. In addition to sharing proven recruitment and retention strategies, Ms. Milgram will reveal the latest research findings from our NSF-funded CalWomenTech Project and provide you with everything you need to lead the workshop yourself.
Dedicated Online Training
Educate and empower your school to create and implement a Women in STEM campaign for your students with a dedicated online training exclusive to your group. Our Dedicated WomenTech Educators Online Training is a 10-week, self-paced training that can accommodate everyone's busy schedule, from deans and administrators to full-time faculty and part-time adjuncts.
WomenTech Educators Free Webinar: More female students in just one year
Are you ready to stop recruiting and start teaching? Learn proven recruitment and retention strategies so you can see more female students succeed in your STEM classes and have a richer educational environment.
Presented by experts in the field, these free webinars and podcasts offer additional recruitment and retention strategies.
Training Case Study
Read about how female retention went from zero to 86% and male retention from 70% to 93% in required introductory programming courses after a computer programming professor participated in a WomenTech Educators Training.
Strengthen the Broader Impacts of your ATE proposal when you incorporate IWITTS WomenTech Educators Training and Support. Find out more about subcontracting with IWITTS on your NSF proposal.