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Collegiate Pathways, Inc. (CPI) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Orlando, FL. CPI’s mission is to empower underrepresented middle and high school girls to pursue science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields through college preparation, career readiness, and mentoring.



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CPI is a non-profit organization dedicated to changing lives of young people.

Every 26 seconds, a student is dropping out of high school.

You can help make a difference by pledging your support to assist in the development of sending a student to college.

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Andrea Balanzategui, Chief of Staff, Deloitte Consulting LLP

Tonya Farquharson, Senior Director, IT, Triad Isotopes, Inc.

Jenolee Muschette, Assistant Director, Information Technology Service Delivery Group, EY

Courtney Powell, President, AceApplications, LLC

Laine Powell, Founder & Executive Director

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Tech Sassy Girlz Code the Road Adventure!

"Google embarked on a nationwide bus tour to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Google Maps API with a special celebration at Epcot."  The Tech Sassy Girlz were fortunate enough to be invited along!  Take a look at how the day went.

Code the Road with Google

"While at Epcot, the girls will experience a full day of learning and adventure including engaging talks from the Disney and Google teams in the morning and educational sessions in the afternoon. The event will demonstrate how technology and engineering create engaging, memorable experiences, like navigating the Walt Disney World Resort with the My Disney Experience app."

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Mayor Declares Tech Sassy Girlz Day!

Mayor Buddy Dyer Proclaims Saturday October 19, 2013 as "Tech Sassy Girlz Day"! This is a great honor" said, Laine Powell, Executive Director of Collegiate Pathways, Inc. (CPI) Powell went on to say "we are appreciative of the recognition by the City of Orlando for our efforts in helping us develop the next generation of female Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) leaders."

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