​​​​​​​​WICT Carolinas Giving Back Committee



Who We Are:

WICT Carolinas Giving Back is committed to improving the lives of women and girls.  From charitable giving to mentoring to professional development, Giving Back strives to develop and support women in the workplace and in the community.  

 

How we help:

Community Giving-WICT Carolinas is committed to supporting the communities our member companies serve.  The Giving Back Committee focuses on charities that help women and girls.

 

The WICT Carolinas Giving Back Committee is pleased to support Girls on the Run for 2017!

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Girls on the Run inspires girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running.


Girls on the Run (GOTR) was established in 1996 in Charlotte, North Carolina with the help of thirteen brave girls. Twenty-six girls came the next season, then seventy-five. In 2000, Girls on the Run International, a 501(c)3 organization, was born.


What started with one school has grown to 225 councils in 49 states and the District of Columbia. With the help of over 98,000 volunteers, Girls on the Run served over 179,000 girls in 2015, including its millionth girl! In the same year, Girls on the Run hosted more than 350 end-of-season 5k events across the United States, making the Girls on the Run 5k series the largest in the country, and launched a new middle school program, Heart & Sole, which is dedicated to the unique needs of adolescent girls.


Photos from WICT Carolinas' Enhancing Your Personal Brand
 at Belk and donations support GOTR


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**2015 WICT Community Service Award Recipient**

WICT Carolinas was honored to receive the 2015 WICT Community Service Award, given to the chapter that demonstrated an outstanding commitment to giving back to their local community. Learn more

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Scholarship Support-WICT Carolinas Giving Back is inspiring women to become confident, courageous and self-empowered by offering professional development opportunities to members who might otherwise not be able to attend women's leadership conferences.

  • Since 2014, WICT Carolinas has provided scholarships to Mentoring Circle participants to attend signature events such as our Annual Conference and Tech-It-Out Panel.
  • Three WICT Carolinas members are selected annually to attend the WICT National Leadership Conference in New York.  The application process typically begins in late summer.  

 

PAR Contribution- WICT Carolinas makes an annual contribution to the WICT PAR Initiative.  Since 2003, the WICT PAR Initiative has measured the status of women employees in the cable industry based on three main criteria:

Pay Equity

Advancement Opportunities

Resources for Work/Life Integration