Support is the first step toward untapping potential. When people have the resources they need to be successful, they tend to see a bright future, rather than a dark tunnel. They innovate. They create. They make the world a better place.
When The Society for Canadian Women in Science and Technology was founded in 1981, it had a simple vision: To empower, include, inspire, connect, and sustain Canadian Women in the field of STEM. 41 years later, SCWIST remains a leader in programs, partnerships, scholarships, and networks across Canada for women of all ages in STEM.
There might be a lot of organizations similar to SCWIST that have a common objective— to increase the diversity in the…
The Rotary Club is an international humanitarian organization. The Rotary Club of Everett, Washington was chartered more than a hundred years ago in 1917. Aimed at connecting people, transforming communities, and funding sustainable projects, the Rotary Club of Everett has found a need to support young students in the community with the resources they need to meet the challenges of our times.Learn more
Did you know that, on average, a community college student who graduates with an associate degree earns $8,000 more compared to people who only graduated high school? Completing work in higher education has a strong track record of improving lives. Community colleges have several benefits: lower costs, more flexible schedules, transferability to four-year universities, and the list goes on.Learn more
The University of Washington (UW) is one of the top-ranked universities for electrical engineering nationwide. The University of Washington’s Electrical & Computer Engineering department (ECE) values innovation and high-impact research. They’re also committed to broadening the STEM population to include more women, underrepresented minorities, and foreign nationals.Learn more