Description

Women in Technology is a free community that welcomes all individuals working in the technology field that also self-identifies as women.

Currently, the community is only working with an invite-only model. To join, a current member has to request an invite for you. On the other hand, WIT is not only for programmers. The community accepts people working in other areas as well, such as technical writing, QA, UX, project management, and customer support.

Community members communicate via a Slack group. The online group has over 500 channels to discuss different aspects of being a woman and working in the technology industry. It's a great opportunity to meet like-minded women who can offer relevant advice and feedback to help you move forward in your career. WIT's welcoming space helps you develop a support network and encourages you to further grow in your role.

Additionally, WIT is a great community to be in if you are currently looking for a new job opportunity. The community has a spreadsheet always updated with new job postings for different roles from companies around the world. Members also have a dedicated channel to share job opportunities with others.

Details

  • Membership: Free Community
  • Online Group: Yes
  • Online Platform: Slack
  • Job board: Yes
  • Language: English
  • Method: Virtual

Benefits

Participate in a thriving Slack group of like-minded women:
WIT Slack group is filled with women from all over the world working in the technology field. You can meet diverse women who will support you with advice and feedback.

Find your next career opportunity:
The community has a huge spreadsheet that is regularly updated with job postings of different roles in companies around the world. It can help you tremendously in your job search!

Requirements

To join, a current member has to request an invite for you.

Place

Networking Events

Community members interact in a Slack group where they connect with other women in technology. The group welcomes every individual who works in technology (not only developers) and identifies as a woman. This online group has over 500 channels to discuss different topics related to women and their work in the technology industry. You can join the most relevant channels for you and start to exchange ideas, insights, and experiences with other members.

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