Carolina Career College of Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill is a member of the National Council for Women & Information Technology Academic Alliance, which is made up of more than 350 higher learning institutions around the country. The NCWIT is a non-profit dedicated to correcting the imbalance of gender diversity in technology and computing. Increasing the number of women in technical careers has the potential to improve the design and quality of products and services to better serve the population.
The Academic Alliance members provide feedback on NCWIT programs, contributes and adopts effective practices, and serves as a national agent of change. Meeting several times a year, they offer support and encouragement for women and girls furthering their education in technology.
Carolina Career College is proud to be a part of this organization, because increasing the amount of stable and lucrative careers for women is something we are passionate about. Our wide variety of courses, available to both women and men, educate people on evolving technical programs that businesses use on a daily basis.
Learn more about the NCWIT: https://www.ncwit.org/