The NET project is committed to preparing students for the 21st century workforce through the promotion of gender neutral educational strategies and practices.
This section offers information about nontraditional education and training programs developed by the Center for Women in Government & Civil Society (CWGCS). The programs have been designed to encourage and promote exploration of STEM and nontraditional careers.
Camp GEOG a week-long
summer camp experience for middle school girls that introduces
the technology of Global Information Systems and Global Positioning Systems in a
hands-on program of activities.
Girls Get I.T. is a one-day event, hosted at Capital News 9 in Albany, NY, that introduces 10th grade girls to careers in Information Technology.
The Vanguard Award is given annually to high school juniors and seniors enrolled in Career and Technical Education programs that prepare them for careers that are nontraditional for their gender.