Women are massively underrepresented in Digital industries, with just 3% of women saying a career in technology is their first choice. As just 5% of leadership positions in the sector are held by women, it’s clear to see why.
We are in the planning stages of our next upcoming events so please keep your eyes peeled as we will add any events onto our page.
For Women of All Ages looking to Upskill/start a new tech career
We hosted two webinars in June. These sessions were aimed at women of all ages to help them understand the amazing career options that are currently available in the tech industry and hear from women who have just started their career in tech, or those who are further along in their career.
For School/College Leavers looking to find out more about a career in tech
In November we hosted two webinars aimed at school/college students. These webinars aimed to help students understand the pathways available to them in Tech and explored how to get started within Tech industries such as Digital Marketing, IT or Software. We were joined on these webinars by big companies who also marketed opportunities within their companies to all participants on the call.
Start your Tech Career
Find out how you can get started with your Tech career through support and hearing from professionals within the industry.
Resources for Schools & Colleges
Find out how you can support young people into a career in Tech with resources and opportunities.
Get Involved – Employers
Find out how you can support women seeking a career in Technology, whether you are hiring, or looking to give guidance about starting a Tech career.
Women We’ve Supported
“Our team has evolved greatly. It was a continuous improvement process that has benefitted the wider team”
“The programme has helped me learn different aspects of coding, which I wouldn’t normally gain exposure to. I would definitely recommend apprenticeships”
“The apprenticeship allowed me to gain a qualification in an area I am invested in for my future. Furthermore, it has opened more doors than I had before I started.”