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Resources

Download our free materials, or use our public domain image bank to create your own flyers and posters.

Dot Diva brochure.

Brochure

Inspire teen girls to consider computing as a career. Download a copy of the free Dot Diva brochure for your high school classroom, club, event, or afterschool program. For best results, have a copy center reproduce it.

Download (PDF, folds to 5.75” x 10”)

Dot Diva poster.

Posters

Help teen girls discover if computing could be their passion. Download a copy of the Dot Diva poster for your high school classroom, club, or afterschool program, or use it to decorate an event. For best results, have a copy center reproduce it.

Download (PDF, 22” x 34”)

Parents’ flyer.

Parents' Flyer

A guide for parents who want to encourage their daughters to consider computing as a career.
Download (PDF, 8.5" x 11"):

Woman with laptop standing in front of telescope.

Free Image Bank

Create your own flyers, posters, or online resources using our free image bank. It features photographs of young women engaged in a variety of computing jobs, from developing mobile environmental devices to designing video games. You are free to use these photographs and their captions in any material intended to recruit girls to a career in computing. No further permission is required.

Woman sitting in front of a camouflaged robot.

Dot Diva Videos

Watch videos on YouTube that feature real-life Dot Divas who are using the power of computing to change the world. Use these videos in your classroom, club, or workshop.

Screenshot of PowerPoint presentation for High School Girls

PowerPoint Presentation for High School Girls

Use this customizable PowerPoint presentation to inspire high school students about computing.

Screenshot of PowerPoint presentation for Educators

PowerPoint Training for Educators & CS Professionals

Use this customizable PowerPoint presentation to share what you learned about girls and computing with other educators.

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National Center for Women & Information Technology

For more great outreach resources, visit our partner, NCWIT.