We're headed to Orlando for the 2017 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. Why are we excited about it? Find out in our ongoing series #GHC17 Heads to Orlando. To start, we love how many hotel rooms are close to the convention center for easy access to and from the celebration.
Kenya Methodist University's 2016 mentorship program increased the skills and confidence of their students. It also led to the university sending their first-ever student to GHC 16.
Tech events talk about diversity and inclusion, yet many have few female and minority speakers. Learn how to get more women and minorities to speak at conferences.
GoDaddy's latest Super Bowl ad references GHC 17.
Both women and the tech industry suffer when there is a lack of diversity. Initiatives such as GHC aim to encourage more women to enter the field.
Northeastern University sends a large group of female CS students to GHC each year. Learn how conferences like GHC impact and inspire young women.
After a successful GHC contest, Cisco plans to launch an innovative and unconventional campaign: using Snapchat to recruit new employees.
Activists are urging companies to take further actions to ensure the Trump administration does not hinder the strides made towards diversity in tech.
Although computer science was once a women-dominated field, there are very few women in computing today. See how RIT is working to solve this problem.
Read how the untold story of three African American women at NASA became the inspirational film Hidden Figures.