The number of young women completing engineering and technology programs has dropped significantly in the past 30 years. As a result, women are generally underrepresented in technology-related jobs, especially in technical positions and at leadership levels. STEM Advantage provides internships, mentorships and scholarships to open doors and provide opportunities for women in technology.
We are proud to profile a few STEM Advantage Scholars...
Edith (right) is earning a bachelor's degree in Computer Science. Her mentor Carmella Cassatta is Vice President of IT at Hoag Hospital. Kiomanie (center) is earning a bachelor's degree in Computer Technology with a focus on Homeland Security. Her mentor Wendy Whitmore is Vice President, Crowdstrike Services.
Edith and Kiomanie had internships at Sony Pictures Entertainment.