Creating new career pathways for the next-generation workforce

Technology Pathways Alliance

This groundbreaking alliance connects public universities with industry and government leaders committed to the Technology Pathways Initiative. Their funding and resources are vital as universities create new technology pathways for more college women, from campus to career.


Intel expands the boundaries of technology to make the most amazing experiences possible.

KLA Foundation
KLA Foundation

The KLA Foundation aims to support and benefit the communities in which KLA employees live and work. The Foundation is dedicated to supporting four main Pillars of Focus: STEM Education, Wellness, Local Community and International Community.


Salesforce, the Customer Success Platform and world’s #1 CRM, empowers companies to connect with their customers in a whole new way.


Xilinx is the inventor of the FPGA, programmable SoCs, and the ACAP. Its adaptable, intelligent computing solutions drive rapid innovation across technologies and industries.

Women Innovators

“When we design and engineer technology to solve challenges, we have to look at both physiological and emotional responses to use of the technology.” 

Dr. Cynthia Kaschub
Principal Engineer, Intel

Resources for Mentoring

Xilinx Joins Technology Pathways Initiative

SAN JOSE, Calif. – February 28, 2019. The Center for Advancing Women in Technology (CAWIT) proudly welcomes Xilinx, Inc., as a corporate sponsor of the Technology Pathways Initiative (TPI), a groundbreaking effort to strengthen America’s workforce growth and evolution in the Digital Age. TPI is [...]

Young Women ‘Seize the Day’ at SVWiE 2018

 Young Women ‘Seize the Day’ at SVWiE 2018  There was no shortage of positive energy at the Fourth Annual Silicon Valley Women in Engineering Conference (SVWiE). Nearly 450 young women, 100 women industry leaders and 20 faculty members gathered on the San Jose State University campus to [...]

A Student Reflects on the Power of PINC

I woke at 4:00 am this morning thinking about my experience in the San Francisco State University (SFSU) program known as PINC, or Promoting Inclusivity in Computing, and what a difference it has made in my life. Pictured L to R: Kimberly Tsui (PINC student), Patti Robb (Intel), Darleen [...]

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