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Characterizations of Computing Careers: Students and Professionals Disagree Reference - Article/Document
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Computer Engineering ACM Women in Computing
Girls are generally under-represented in secondary and tertiary level computing courses. Seeking reasons for these gender differences in enrollments, data were collected from open-ended interviews with three different samples of p  ... more
Career Advising Resources for Women in Engineering, Math and Science Reference - General
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
All Science and Engineering NEEDS
"The Sloan Career Cornerstone Center provides this page to support girls and women who are interested in exploring career paths in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, computing, and medicine. According to a 2007 rep  ... more
Option Choice and Careers Guidance: Gender and Computing in Secondary Schools Reference - Article/Document
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Computer Engineering ACM Women in Computing
Abstract: Reports on a research project in Great Britain that investigated the option schemes and career guidance given to pupils in eight secondary schools. Argues that schools do not take positive action to encourage female pupi  ... more
The ACM Career Resource Center (CRC) Reference - Article/Document
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Computer Engineering Broadening Participation in Computing (BPC)
Visit ACM's Career Resource Centre (CRC), oriented for computing and IT students and professionals. The CRC consists of the following sections: articles and columns, community, job center, and self-assessment tools.  ... more
The Socialization of Females with Regard to a Technology-Related Career: Recommendations for Change Reference - Article/Document
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Computer Engineering ACM Women in Computing
12 women who took technological career paths were asked via interviews, observations and document analysis about influences on their career choice. They mentioned role models, encouragement ("scaffolding"), collaborative assignmen  ... more
Sea Grant: Marine Carreers Community - General
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Ocean Engineering NEEDS
Marine career website includes: Marine Biology, Oceanography, Ocean Engineering and Related Fields. "Marinecareers.net will introduce you to a wide range of marine career fields and to people working in those fields. In addition,  ... more
Preparing Female Students for Technician Careers: Dealing with Our Own Elitist Biases Reference - Article/Document
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Computer Engineering ACM Women in Computing
Technician-level careers for women are often invisible to educators whose idea of success is a college or graduate school degree. Future computer equity efforts must encourage women to consider technician-level careers.  ... more
Why Women Shy Away from Careers in Science and Math Reference - Article/Document
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Computer Engineering ACM Women in Computing
Girls avoid careers in science, math and technology because they believe these careers are socially isolating. Parents undermine their daughters' self-confidence.  ... more
Hurdles in the Pipeline: Girls and Technology Careers Reference - Article/Document
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Computer Engineering ACM Women in Computing
Techbridge was a before- and after-school technology program for girls in 2000-2003 that was hosted at 11 elementary, middle, and high schools in the Bay Area. Interviews and focus groups were conducted with 126 girls ages 12-15 a  ... more
The Impact of Gender Differences on the Career Experiences of Information Systems Professionals Reference - Article/Document
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Computer Engineering ACM Women in Computing
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of gender differences on the career experiences and job success of information systems professionals. The study analyzes career experiences with respect to a number of v  ... more
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