Tech Ladies is a free community for women working in the tech industry. It has over 100,000 members from all over the world.
The community welcomes people working in different fields of the tech industry. There are people who work in engineering, product, design, marketing, business development, human resources, sales, and even entrepreneurs and founders.
Tech Ladies' mission is to promote diversity in the workspace and to help people from marginalized genders working in the tech industry. This means that women are welcome to join, but also trans women, trans men, non-binary people, and allies.
To join is completely free, and you will get access to an online group. Inside, you will be able to network and connect with other women working in tech. Additionally, you will get a weekly newsletter with exclusive webinar invites and secret job postings.
One of the principal benefits of the community is access to the members-only job board. Inside, you can browse through job offerings that different companies have posted on the community's website. You will be able to leverage the community's network to find your next career opportunity.
Furthermore, Tech Ladies hosts weekly webinars to supercharge your tech skills. These free, online webinars feature different topics, relevant to women working in tech.
You can become a paid member by subscribing to the Founding Membership. This membership costs $79 per month (billed quarterly) or $59 per month (billed yearly). Besides all the benefits from the free membership, you will get additional perks. For example, access to a content library with 150+ past webinars recordings you can watch whenever you want.
Additionally, the Founding Membership includes an accountability component in the form of weekly goal setting and monthly challenges. You will also get exclusive invites to member-only online events, as well as perks like discounted conference tickets, coding classes, coaching, etc.
Join thousands of other women working in tech:
Tech Ladies has over 100,000 members from all over the world. Once you join, you will get access to an online group to network with other members and share your experiences freely in a supportive, confidential space.
Find your next career opportunity:
The community has a secret job board (only available for members). Inside, you can browse through job offers from companies that have posted in the community, and find your next career opportunity.
Improve your tech skills with free webinars:
Tech Ladies hosts free webinars every week. These webinars feature relevant topics for women working in different fields of the tech industry. Weekly, you will have the opportunity to learn something new for free!
Once a week, members of Tech Ladies join for free, online webinars. These webinars feature different topics relevant for women working in the tech industry, from fields like engineering, product, design, marketing, and business development, to sales, human resources, and entrepreneurs/founders.
Besides their weekly webinars, the community also hosts several other events. Member-only events include conferences with expert speakers, coding classes, coaching, and more. If you become a paid member by paying the fee of a Founding Membership, you will get exclusive invites and discounts to many events.
The community has its own online group where you can network with tens of thousands of other women working in tech. This group is a supportive, confidential space where you can talk freely about the struggles and wins you are experiencing with your career in the tech industry.
As a Founding Member, you will get access to a video library of over 150 past webinars, on-demand to watch whenever you want.
Tech Ladies' mission is to help people from all marginalized genders working in the tech industry. This means promoting visibility also for trans women, trans men, nonbinary people, and allies. The community has a positive social impact because it helps to reduce the gender gap in an industry that was originally dominated by men.
“Tech Ladies is an incredible resource not only to find jobs but to find jobs at companies who value and actively seek diversity.” -Selina Zawacki