3 ways to get more women into tech
from The Chronicle of Higher Education
We all have an interest in increasing the number of women who pursue technology careers. The demand for software engineers outstrips current supply and is expected to continue to grow. These are interesting, flexible, well-paid jobs that offer a chance to make an impact; women should have access to these careers. Yet the percentage of women graduating with computer science and engineering degrees is still the lowest (along with physics) of all the STEM fields. What can colleges do to support and prepare these students to pursue careers in the tech industry? Here are three key practices that have been shown to work.
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