Here is a list of useful web sites. Please contact the webmaster at Web@awc-hq.org for suggestions.
What is International Women's Day? First celebrated in the United States in 1909, International Women's Day was instituted to honor women’s achievements and to strategize ways to improve rights and living conditions for women around the globe.
This is a very complete directory of women in the programming field maintained by Cindy Meyer Hanchey, Ph.D., CDE, Wheeler Chair of Business and Associate Professor, Computer Science, Paul Dickinson School of Business, Oklahoma Baptist University.Women's Computing and Academic Resource (WCAR)
The WCAR list is a compilation of colleges and universities that have formal and/or informal programs for encouraging women in computer science. It is officially sponsored by the ACM Committee on the Status of Women.Women in Science
The Women In Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics ON THE AIR! website is an audio resource for anyone interested in the past, present and future role of women in science and technology education, fields and careers.
MentorNet is a nonprofit e-mentoring network for diversity in engineering and science.Tech For All
Tech For All utilizes technology as a tool to empower and create opportunities for under-resourced communities.The Cristina Foundation
The Cristina Foundation is a nonprofit organization that matches donated computer equipment with needy schools and nonprofit organizations around the world.U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce
The U. S. Women's Chamber of Commerce works to grow successful businesses and careers of women in America.
Toastmasters International is a highly-regarded, nonprofit organization offering a proven way to improve public speaking, presentation and leadership skills.