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April 6: Women in Tech Weekly Issue 105

In partnership with the Stereotype Breakers Discord Community

Happy Tuesday! Are you ready to celebrate women in another issue of Women in Tech Weekly? 🥰

If you'd like to submit anything for next week's issue, please do so using the submission form at the bottom of this post.

Celebrations 🥂🎉

Rej got a promotion!

Rej says:

I was offered the client partner role in our company - and I was so honored because it’s a project manager role. This is a step closer to what I really want to be in my career.

Harshita is celebrating 1 year anniversary at AWS!

Harshita says:

AWS is my dream/reach company and I was very happy to become a part of it. This week I celebrate 1 year as a software developer at AWS

Sam has successfully defended her PhD in Applied Marine Physics!

Congratulations, Dr. Sam! So proud of you 🥰 all of those years of hard work have paid off and I can't wait to see what's next for you!

Mayuko has launched a YouTube channel in Japanese!

Congratulations, Mayuko! I know you've been thinking about it for a while and I'm so incredibly excited to see your vision come to life 😍 Very excited about all of the cool things you're going to do with it!

A place to connect, learn, grow and uplift each other as women in tech. Join the conversation and meet like-minded women who are excited to cheer you on!

Resources 👩‍💻

Kaylee says:

If you've always wondered how you can speak at GHC - this is your chance! As both a workshop presenter at GHC 2020 and a career committee reviewer, I share my best tips on being selected as a GHC speaker so you can submit a winning proposal!

Julia shares behind the scenes of her day job as a data scientist at a tech company + other activities that she does: volunteering at a non-profit, helping teach a data science class, and creating content for YouTube.

Ania Kubow is a software developer at a company in London, but she didn't start off her career as one! She changed careers a few years ago by going through a bootcamp - learn more about her journey and what she would do differently as well as her recommendations from this interview!

Finding your first job in tech is often the hardest - as you have no track record to prove your experience and skills working in the real world. So I have interviewed Mabel on the topic, a mathematician and machine learning enthusiast working in tech. We will talk about entry-level jobs in tech and Mabel will share her tips on how people can get them.


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