The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (GHC) is the leading place to connect with women technologists. In both 2015 and 2016 we sold out in record time – just 21 minutes last year. We expect 18,000 attendees in Orlando in October. Hosting a conference that connects, inspires, and guides women in computing would be impossible without our sponsors.
We offer sponsorships tailored for your needs, whether you are a corporation, an academic institute, a government agency, or a nonprofit or national lab. Our Expo features one of the U.S.’s largest career fairs for women, but even if you don’t want to participate in that, you can sponsor a single event or service, or even help others attend the celebration!
Corporate sponsorships are perfect for those looking to recruit the next generation of women technologists, to bring their executives for professional development, and to inspire all of their employees. Sponsoring GHC show you are dedicated to advancing the technologists not only within your company, but also across the industry.
Be a leader in tech by supporting GHC. As a government patron, you’ll have career and interview booths to recruit new employees. You’ll also send students and faculty to the celebration by providing scholarships to GHC.
In addition to our larger packages, we also offer opportunities to help make the conference run well. Sponsoring services, events, awards or scholarships are a great way to help make the celebration great. Pick the one that aligns with your goals and initiatives!
2017 Academic Sponsorships are sold out.
Show your commitment to women in tech, recruit prospective graduate students, and contribute to the professional development of your students and faculty by sponsoring GHC 17
Nonprofit & Lab Sponsorships
2017 Nonprofit & Lab Sponsorships are sold out.
Meet the next generation of women technologists, executives from top companies, and more by sponsoring GHC. Sponsorships for nonprofits and labs include career and interview booths, access to our resume database, and branding and visibility.