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Because of where it can take you. The possibilities are endless. You can make a difference in your community, improve your management skills and take what you learn in class into what you do everyday.
You may have read an article or heard a news story recently about "women in tech." Events worldwide are taking place to encourage women to study and work in a technology-related field. Numerous programs in K-12 are trying to engage young girls in technology. Some of this is because it is the right thing to do: across the world there are visions of equality and fairness, and I love being a participant.
For Toni Harris, winning a scholarship to attend the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing next month fits perfectly with her lifelong interest in computing and technology.
You're committed to going back to school and know there will be challenges along the way, so what are some things you can do before you start to make you more likely to succeed?
SNHU is proud to be a part of the XQ "Super School" prize, as a partner to RISE High, a new high school that will focus on serving homeless and foster youth in Los Angeles, Calif.
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