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FiT for the Future conference set for April 11 in College of Technology

March 17, 2015

The College of Technology at Indiana State University will host its eighth annual FiT for the Future conference from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 11 in the John T. Myers Technology Center.

The event, sponsored by Females in Technology and other student organizations, offers female high school and college students a fun-filled day of career exploration featuring hands-on workshops. Professional women in technology will also share how they chose the paths they have followed in building their careers and how students can take advantage of opportunities in technology and engineering.

Students may attend with a group from school, a group of friends, with parents, or on their own. Participants will receive T-shirts, lunch, workshop materials and door prizes. The event is free but participants must register by April 3 at www.indstate.edu/technology/fitforthefuture. Everyone planning to participate must complete the registration, including parents and educators.

Contact: Bev Bitzegaio, director of outreach and student career support, College of Technology, Indiana State University, 812-237-3575 or bev.bitzegaio@indstate.edu

Story Highlights

The event, sponsored be Females in Technology and other student organizatons, offers female high school and college students a fun-filled day of career exploration.

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