Forum Launched To Advance Interest In Technology Among School-Aged Girls

ALEXANDRIA, Va.—(BUSINESS WIRE)—May 30, 2006— Women in Technology (WIT), the premier organization contributing to the success of professional women in the Washington technology community, today announced that its Girls In Technology (GIT) Committee will hold a community forum to bring together the many groups in the area that are actively working to advance awareness of and interest in math, science and technology among school-aged girls. The purpose of the forum is to identify opportunities for collaboration among local organizations to meet this shared objective.

Businesses, school systems, and charitable organizations who are actively engaged in promoting math, science and technology as career options for girls, or who have a desire to assist in such programs, are encouraged to attend. Attendees are invited to share information about their groups, specifically: who they are, initiatives already in progress, and resources they have to offer. The forum will then consider ways in which to work together to meet this common goal.

The forum, which is free of charge, will be held Tuesday, June 6 from 1:30 - 4:00 p.m. at DeVry University's Tysons Corner Campus, 1751 Pinnacle Dr., Suite 250, McLean, VA 22102. Please register for this forum by contacting: Diane Houghton at Dianne.houghton@digitalfocus.com or 703.561.5951.

About WIT

Women in Technology (WIT) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to offering women involved in all levels of the technology industry a wide range of professional development and networking opportunities. One of the organization's main goals is to create a forum where women in technology can be recognized and promoted as role models. The organization's principles are embodied in its tag line: Connect. Lead. Succeed. WIT was founded in 1994 and has nearly 1,000 members. For more information, please visit WIT's web site, www.womenintechnology.org.



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