The Maryland Center for Women in Computing and the Iribe Initiative for Inclusion and Diversity in Computing provide a variety of learning, leadership, and social experiences for current undergraduate students majoring in computer science.
Current Student Programming
Tutors offer support on general concepts, practice problems, and theories in the computer science intro classes for ALL students. Tutors do not offer support on specific project or homework questions.
Peer & Alumni Mentoring Program
-Build a sense of community among students in computing
-Provide professional development opportunities for students in computing
-Create formal peer support structures and resources for students in computing
-Give students the opportunity to network within and explore different areas of computing
-Provide opportunities for computing students to explore and enhance their technical skills through peer-led workshops
We have revamped the mentoring program! This program provides you more opportunitites and felxibility for engagement. The program will take advantage of three (3) six-week long sessions across the academic year. The flexibility allows for students ans partners to engage during the most convenient season for them, or stay connected through the year.
- Session I: Ocotber 13 - December 2
-Session II: January 9 - February 17
-Session III: March 27 - May 5
If you are interested in participating in the Fall 2022 Peer & Alumni Mentoring Program, please fill out one of the following forms and we will make sure to keep in contact with you in regards to the Fall 2022 program. (Student Form) (Alumni and Corporate Partner Form)
Diversity Conference Scholarships
Spring Diversity Conferences Scholarships Application: COMING SOON
I4C Computing Instructors
Inclusion Speaker Series
- Coming Soon
- Event: Coming Soon