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According to a Department of Labor Current Population Survey, only 34% of all web developers are women. It’s time to change those statistics. Entry level junior developers earn an average of $50,000-70,000 per year, and often have flexibility to work from home. We want women all over the world to take advantage of these industry benefits.
In an effort to get women interested in coding and empowered to pursue work they love, General Assembly is partnering with several organizations to host a night of coding and fellowship. Come hear a panel of top female developers discuss how they got started in the industry, what an average day looks like, which coding languages to learn, and more. Then, take the first step toward becoming a master developer by writing your first line of code!
For all women who are already into tech or know how to code please bring a female friend or two who should learn more about coding or get more involved in the Tech industry. Our goal with #ilooklikeadeveloper is to demystify Tech and get 500 women to write their first line of code by the end of the year!
Please bring a computer!
Women Who Code is a non-profit dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers. We provide an avenue into tech, empower women with skills needed for professional advancement, and provide environments where networking and mentorship are valued. The organization has executed more than 3,000 events around the world, garnered a membership exceeding 50,000, and has a presence in 20 countries.
A publication aimed to create awareness for the next great wave of Atlanta companies. Check us out to find an event, job/internship/talent, or space & see what other local startup folks are building.
Women in Technology (WIT), an Atlanta-based organization, passionately supports women at every stage of their STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) careers — from the classroom to the boardroom. WIT enables women to build strong networks, develop leadership skills and advance their careers. WIT is the largest, most active female-centered STEM organization in the metro Atlanta region. WIT has set a goal of making Georgia the state with the highest percentage of women in the STEM workforce by the year 2020.
ChickTech is a national non-profit organization committed to increasing the number of girls and women in technology while improving the culture of the industry itself. From local conferences to hands-on workshops to mentoring, we create an inclusive community for girls and women that increases their sense of belonging, interest, and self-confidence in technology and engineering.
The Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC) is Georgia’s technology incubator. Powered by Georgia Tech, ATDC works with entrepreneurs to help them learn, launch, scale, and succeed. Founded in 1981 and one of the longest-running and largest university-based startup incubators in the country, ATDC works with more than 800 technology startup entrepreneurs each year across Georgia. It has graduated nearly 170 companies from its core ATDC Signature program. ATDC is a unit of the Enterprise Innovation Institute, Georgia Tech’s chief outreach and economic development arm. Visit www.atdc.org to learn more.
Lean In Atlanta is a circle exclusively for the women of Atlanta (however, we welcome supportive men too)! We live and strive for self-appreciation, empowerment, and the support of one another. We seek gender equality for women and men in the workplace, in the home, and in everyday life, via policy and perception. We meet once a month and are always welcoming new members! Are you ready to Lean In?
honorCode is an Atlanta-based education not-for-profit whose purpose is to empower schools to build the capacity for tomorrow's world. Impacting over 1400+ students in its pilot year, honorCode provides curriculum and training to schools to bring more computer science education into the general K12 classroom. We want to transform our nation's most vulnerable youth into technology entrepreneurs who invest and energize their communities. Our vision is to make Atlanta the Silicon Valley for the Southeast. We are partnered and housed out of Center for Civic Innovation and do our work out of Charles R. Drew Charter School.
For organizations that want to build great software, Pivotal bridges the Silicon Valley state of mind, modern approach, and infrastructure with a business’s core expertise and value. Pivotal Teams with companies to drive technology innovation, market disruption, and industry transformation. The Pivotal approach is modern, iterative, and collaborative—empowering others to move at start-up speed.
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