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GRRL Tech Participant Offered Full Tuition Four-Year Scholarship to Roger Williams University
Date:3/6/2009

ech works to raise technology awareness, break down gender and other industry myths and send a message to these young girls that in the 21st century they can pursue whatever dreams they can imagine. With the help of everyone today, over 400 girls were able to hear that message."

GRRL (Girls Reaching Remarkable Levels) Tech is organized by Tech Collective, the industry association for information technology and biotechnology in Rhode Island. Roger Williams University is cosponsoring the event with Amgen, Atrion Networking Corporation, Epivax, Inc., Junior Achievement of Rhode Island and the Governor's Workforce Board of RI.

About RWU: Roger Williams University is a leading independent, coeducational liberal arts university at which students live and learn to be global citizens. With 39 academic programs and an array of co-curricular activities on its Bristol, R.I., campus, RWU is committed to its mantra of learning to bridge the world. Under the leadership of President Roy J. Nirschel, Ph.D., the University has achieved unprecedented academic and financial successes. In 2008, U.S. News & World Report named RWU the eighth-ranked baccalaureate college in the north.

About Tech Collective: Tech Collective is the technology industry association of Rhode Island. Focusing on Community Building and Workforce Development, we are driving technology growth, innovation and prosperity by uniting industry, government and education. Tech Collective builds and strengthens community by creating partnerships, offering thought-provoking forums and organizing state-wide participation in events like Forward Thinking, Bio Ed, GRRL Tech and Technology Laureate's Night. In promoting and developing a highly-skilled Rhode Island workforce, Tech Collective drives technology-based education and training programs for students in grades K-16 as well as for incumbent and transitioning workers.

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