GIT Alumna: Maegan Almonte

My name is Maegan and I am a Criminology and Criminal Justice major at the University of Maryland. When I was in the Girls in Technology program, I thought that I wanted to major in Engineering, specifically Environmental Engineering or Bioengineering. However, while I was still interested in helping people, I decided that …

Meet Young Entrepreneur Alexis Pak

By Sue Brady. At only 17, Alexis is already an entrepreneur. She has started several businesses, is on three different sports teams at her magnet school, takes various AP classes, and has received an appointment to the Naval Academy. If she attends, she plans to study aeronautical engineering, and become …

GIT Mentor-Protégé Program Launches in DC

By Jenny Oh. Hello GIT family! Since serving Girls in Technology from 2013, I truly feel that we are family.  I have seen girls grow up throughout their high school years, graduate and go off to college, I’ve met many parents, teachers, I have seen mentors progress through their careers and through …

Girls in the DC Area Explore STEM Opportunities

By Puja Punukollu. On October 6, 2016, the Girls in Technology Fall “Sharing our Success” Program brought over 80 middle and high-school girls from the DC Metro area, to the Women in Military Service for America Memorial for an evening of learning and networking. “Programs like Sharing Our Success, help young …