Junior Jacqueline Bradley Receives Award from The National Center for Women & Information Technology

The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) is a non-profit community of nationwide organizations working to increase the participation of girls and women in the field of computing. Each year, The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) honors high school students for their achievements and interests in computing. The Awards for Aspirations in Computing (AiC) are selected based on their skill level and aspirations in technology and computing. Junior Jacqueline Bradley received a Regional Affiliate Award Honorable Mention for her computer science abilities and the computing-related work she has completed. 
 
With the help of Mrs. Kali Lambrou, STEM faculty member, Jacqueline applied to be considered for the NCWIT Awards this year. Since Jacqueline was awarded Regional Affiliate Honorable Mention, she will be inducted into the Aspirations in Computing (AiC) community, have access to scholarship and internship opportunities through NCWIT, and be recognized at the NCWIT AiC award event. Being a part of the NCWIT community and utilizing the resources they provide can be beneficial as Jacqueline continues on with computer science at Trinity Hall and beyond. Congratulations, Jacqueline! 
 
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