Group plans effort to encourage girls to pursue IT careers

03/12/2014 | American City Business Journals

Nonprofit information-technology association CompTIA is launching an initiative to help girls become inspired by careers in science, technology, engineering and math. The CompTIA Advancing Women in IT Community is hoping to reach girls in middle and high schools and professionals seeking a career change. "There are huge numbers of opportunities for women in many areas of IT," said Doriana Allyn, senior environmental health and safety manager for Brother International. "It's not just tool bag and repair, but careers in legislation, environmental issues, marketing and many other areas."

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