Navisite's Next
Steminist Scholarship

Level up your future and pursue your passion in
STEM with Navisite's scholarship awards.


At Navisite, supporting women in their STEM education is not only important to us–it’s vital to building the inclusive and diverse tech workforce the world needs. Navisite's Next Steminist scholarship program is designed to help close the gender gap in tech and encourage young women to pursue their passion in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math). The program provides scholarships to eligible female candidates who are currently pursuing or plan to pursue a degree in STEM.

Our Steminist Programs

Steminist U.S.

Launched in 2021, the U.S. Steminist program awards three $10,000 scholarships to eligible female candidates pursuing a degree in STEM. Now in its second year, the program has already awarded a total of $60,000 to six young women across the country. Applications for the third year of the program will open in 2023.

Steminist India

Launched in 2022, the India Steminist program provides needs-based scholarships to eligible female candidates enrolled full-time at an accredited college or university. Due to the high number of applications received for the 2022 program, which awarded two 1,00,000 INR scholarships, the next application cycle launching in October 2023 will be available for three candidates.

Our Mission

Who Runs the World? Women in Tech.

Empowered by science and technology, women are transforming the way we live and work—and they’re paving the way for future female technologists. However, even at a time when the opportunity has never been greater, women are still vastly underrepresented in the world of tech. Our mission is to help bridge the gender divide in tech and bring diversity to the technology sector by empowering the next generation of female leaders to consider a career in STEM.

This starts with championing tomorrow’s female leaders in tech by giving them a chance to use their intelligence and innovation to make a lasting impact. We call these women Steminists, and it’s time we give them an equal opportunity to change the world.

Meet Our 2022 Navisite's Next Steminist U.S. Winners

In early 2021, Navisite launched its Next Steminist Scholarship with one major goal in mind: to help close the gender gap in STEM. Now in our second year, we’re excited to officially announce the 2022 winners of this program: Marissa Capelli; Madison Nguyen; and Tatiana Vassiliev. 

Onalaska, Wisconsin | Purdue University
McKinney, Texas | Duke University
Houston, Texas | Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Meet Our 2023 Navisite's Next Steminist India Winners

In 2022, Navisite expanded the Next Steminist program internationally to empower women in India to pursue their dreams in tech. We’re excited to officially announce the 2023 winners of the inaugural Navisite’s Next Steminist in India program: Sangem Prasanna and Sonam Khera

Nizamabad, Telangana | Government Medical College
Nainital, Uttarakhand | Ajay Kumar Garg Engineering College
Meet our 2021 U.S. Steminist Winners.

"It’s crucial that today’s leaders and companies help pave the way for future female leaders and innovators in tech. We’re proud to be able to offer support through our ‘Next Steminist’ scholarship program to help alleviate the financial burden and empower aspiring young Steminists to pursue their goals."

Gina Murphy | President and COO at Navisite
Learn more about Navisite President and COO's career in tech in our post, "The Steminist Spotlight Series: Gina Murphy."

Steminist Spotlight Series

The Steminist Spotlight Series amplifies the voices of the amazing and inspiring women in tech who are making history here at Navisite. As Steminists, these women have the power to inspire the next generation of female leaders to choose a career in STEM, where they can co-create the future and help build a diverse, inclusive workforce.

“Its incumbent upon tech companies like Navisite to do their part to help promote female STEM talent —their perspective is needed to drive innovation and help fill the widening IT skills gap.”

Mark Clayman | CEO at Navisite

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