Attracting Females of all Ages to Technology Careers
Strategies to Empower Females into Traditional Male Jobs
With over 7,000 computing jobs open in Wisconsin and the UW System graduating about 900 Computer Science Graduates annually, we need to think about how to attract more females of all ages to technology careers.
Our first meeting of 2019 (January 16) will feature Michelle Schuler, Manager of TechSpark Wisconsin and Sara Bernard, President Elect-Board of Directors of WIT (Women in Technology). Michelle and Sara will share facts and figures on this crucial situation facing our local communities and the State of Wisconsin.
They will also address ways that women can act as role models and help empower younger females to be future ready to take on the needs of a technology-driven economy
Location: Butte Des Morts Country Club
3600 W Prospect Ave, Appleton, WI 54914
Networking 11:30 AM-12:00 PM, Lunch & Program 12:00 – 1:00 pm
To ensure your seat is reserved and your meal is provided on time, please pre-register. Payment is required at the time of pre-registration.
Early registration for best pricing ends midnight on the Thursday before the event. Meal counts are called in to the venue by noon on Fridays prior to the events.
No refunds given for no shows.
Mid-Day Women's Alliance
P.O. Box 334, Appleton, WI 54912
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