Warren Village is a two-year transitional housing program dedicated to empowering low-income, single parent families achieve personal and economic success through education, training and employment. The Workforce Development Initiative provides comprehensive workforce development strategies that bridge business and corporate relations with our “College to Career” programing. Collaboration strategies include a continuum of career development and job readiness services that emphasize career pathway planning, industry exploration, corporate internships, hiring and post-employment support. When businesses and community workforce initiatives connect, culturally innovative talent and transformative economic success can be attained by all. Together we can make a difference.
Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA) represents Washington’s entire tech industry, from startups to small and medium sized businesses to multinational corporations, as well as the service providers that focus on these companies. WTIA builds powerful relationships among industry, education, and government leaders who want to work together to make Washington the leading technology community in the world, primarily focusing on developing or attracting new tech talent, improving access to capital for entrepreneurs, and creating an environment where innovative technologies can emerge and thrive.
Women and Hi Tech is an organization of women and men whose goal is to attract, develop, retain, support and promote women who are interested in technology, through networking, role modeling, education and professional development.
Women in Engineering ProActive Network (WEPAN) is a national not-for-profit organization with over 600 members from engineering schools, small businesses, Fortune 500 corporations, and non-profit organizations. WEPAN works to transform culture in engineering education to attract, retain, and graduate women. With a clear focus on research-based issues and solutions, WEPAN helps its members develop a highly prepared, diverse engineering workforce for tomorrow. WEPAN's network of members on 150 college and university campuses reaches 42,890 female engineering students or 60% of the female engineering students through campus-based programs and initiatives (WEPAN membership data and American Society of Engineering Educators [ASEE] Data Management System data). WEPAN's Institutional Members have an average 15% higher enrollment of women in engineering, than non-member campuses.
Women in Information and Computer Sciences (WICS) is a social and professional non-profit organization at UCI established to help and encourage women to pursue a college degree and a successful career in the computer science field.
Women Who Code is a global 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 1,200 free events around the world, garnered a membership exceeding 20,000, and has a presence in 15 countries.
Wonder Women Tech (WWT) is a non-profit organization which produces an annual conference and series of educational programming and initiatives that highlights, educates, and celebrates women and diversity in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics) innovation and entrepreneurialism. Our conferences and programming offer a variety of speakers, panel discussions, coding classes, community inclusion activities and other dynamic initiatives geared towards empowering women and diverse demographics.