VIP Women In Technology Scholarship

Applications are now being accepted for the Visionary Integration Professionals (VIP) Women In Technology Scholarship WITS) program. As in past years, WITS will support promising women who are enrolled at, or are accepted into, a two or four year college or university in the United States for the current school year.


WITS will offer multiple scholarship awards with values up to $2,500 per recipient to qualified candidates who will seek a career in information technology or a related field and meet the program requirements as defined in the application.

Submissions are evaluated based on candidate essays, which define and offer meaningful solutions to local or statewide IT problems. Consideration will also be given to academic performance, community involvement, leadership qualities and extracurricular activities.

Submissions due by April 30th.

For contact WITS@vipconsulting.com for more information about WITS. Awards will be announced by June 5th.

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