Seneca Valley 2020 Graduates Madison Geis and Claira Matthews (pictured below respectively) were recently recognized by the National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT). Miss Matthews and Miss Geis were selected as 2020 National Certificate of Distinction recipients of the NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing. They were recognized for their computing-related aspirations and for their demonstrated, outstanding aptitude and interest in information technology and computing; solid leadership ability; good academic history; and their plans for post-secondary education. “I’m so glad these young women are able to be represented in a field that they have great passion for and recognized for all of their hard work, dedication and passion for computer science,” stated Seneca Valley Senior High School Computer Programming Teacher Diane Koegler. The Western and Central PA affiliate of the NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing is a collaborative effort by dedicated volunteers from Saint Francis University; Penn State University, New Kensington; University of Pittsburgh; Carnegie Mellon University, and All Clear Translations.