Download the free special report: How to Recruit Women and Girls to the STEM Classroom


Are you an educator who would like to increase the number of women in your science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) classrooms? I'm Donna Milgram, Executive Director of IWITTS, and I wrote this special report to highlight proven practices that will help fill your classes with women.

In this special report, you will discover:

  • The top secret to increasing the number of women in your classes
  • Examples of successful outreach campaigns and what made them work
  • Key messages female students need to hear that will get them interested in your STEM programs
  • And much more!

"I've helped thousands of educators like you to increase the number of female students in their technology, engineering, science and trades classes..."


"Because Computer Networking and Information Technology was not on the radar of many women, the tools that were given to us by IWITTS for reaching out to students for our entry level class were very effective. And those changes have been institutionalized in my department. Thanks to our work with IWITTS, female enrollment in my department has risen from 19% to 33%."

~ Pierre Thiry, Principal Investigator, Mid-Pacific ICT Regional Center, San Francisco, CA (ATE Center)


"The most valuable things I received from working with IWITTS were strategies that have been researched and have data to support them. There are also many inexpensive strategies; "inexpensive" is a key term in these difficult economic times. I anticipate additional increased retention in my programs. I have already implemented retention strategies from IWITTS with much success. The workshop has empowered me!"

~ Jessica J. du Maine, Assistant Professor/Program Coordinator, Electrical/Electronic Engineering & Technology, St. Louis Community College, St. Louis, MO


"In our publications and brochures, we're now as likely to use images of women as of men. As a result of working with IWITTS, over two years the percentage of women in targeted classes at CCRI went from 10.8% to 14.3%."

~ Peter Woodberry, PhD, Dean of Business, Science and Technology, Community College of Rhode Island, Newport, RI

Get ready to get female students excited about your STEM programs! This report will get you started with proven, research-based strategies you can implement right away. You're going to love this valuable white paper I've prepared for you!





Donna Milgram
Executive Director - IWITTS



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Use this short tutorial to learn where to find female role models working in your STEM career pathway.