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BIPOC Women In Tech Get An Added Boost Thanks To The PRSA Foundation And Mission North

Women in tech now have an added boost thanks to the PRSA Foundation and Mission North. In a press release announcement, it was revealed that the two organizations have teamed up to launch a new program called “The Future Is.” Billed as a program for Black, indigenous, people of color (BIPOC) -identified females interested in the tech industry, “The Future Is” will offer a $15,000 scholarship, a $5,000 stipend and a paid one-month internship with Mission North to a BIPOC female-identifying student interested in tech communications, science communications or digital marketing and design. This is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for women in tech, that’s for sure. “The PR workforce has been long-tasked to become more diverse, and this is a time for organizations to go above and beyond in supporting students of color through financial resources, education and internships who are hoping to enter the industry,” said Aerial Ellis, Ed.D., president of The PRSA Foundation’s Board of Trustees, in...