WGU COLLEGE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Mentor and Support Women in Tech
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Are you a female College of IT graduate looking to give back by supporting students seeking to enter the IT industry? Volunteer to support women in tech by completing the form below. If qualified and selected, you will receive a one-time stipend of $500 to provide support to two to four students over a six-month period of time.
More about Building Bridges and Breaking Barriers for Women in Tech
WGU strives to eliminate barriers that stand between students and a quality education–which is why we've teamed up with the Reboot Representation Tech Coalition to launch B4 Women in Tech.
This program helps put an accredited and affordable IT degree within reach of Black, Latina, and Native American women wanting to build or grow tech-focused careers. In addition, WGU offers WGU Academy, a three-month college readiness program that will prepare students for a bachelor's degree program while also earning an IT certification and course credit.
Together, WGU and Reboot Representation are committed to doubling the number of BLNA women graduating with IT degrees by 2025. See how B4 Women in Tech—along with financial aid, scholarships*, and WGU's flexible approach to higher education—can make earning an IT degree a reality.
* The donor wishes to expand the scholarship opportunities for historically underserved or underrepresented populations such as Black, Latina, and Native American women. The scholarship is available without respect to the applicant's sex, race, or ethnicity, and each applicant's qualifications will be considered on an individual basis.