• Women make up half of our population, but make up a small percentage of our technology workforce.
  • Women are known for better communication skills than men, and it's a skill in demand today.
  • Women are just as creative as men, if not more, but they don't pursue technology careers as much.
stands for "Women In Technology", and we will have a high school group representing WIT in the State of Georgia. We will develop partnerships, mentor ships and relationships to enhance the technology future for our young women.

Last year school year, CDAT had twelve girls receive the NCWIT 
(National Center for Women and Information Technology) Runner up award. 

Any young ladies who want to step up and lead this effort, speak to Mr. Reilly. 

We will also link resources and awesome opportunities for girls!