The Association for Women in Computing (AWC), founded in 1978, is a not-for-profit, professional organization designed for individuals, specifically women, with an interest in information technology. The AWC JHU Student Chapter is affiliated with the AWC Baltimore Chapter.
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To deliver quality educational, mentoring, and career opportunities for students, particularly women, who desire to transition into the technology field.
Membership is open to JHU students, alumni, faculty and staff.
Talk with professionals in the technical field who are willing to share their experiences. If you are interested in being a mentor or requesting a mentor, send an email to [email protected] Be sure to include "Mentor Program" in the email subject line.
Explore internships and volunteer programs.
Look for technical jobs, salary surveys, learn how to ask for what you want.
Technical certification and education programs.
Links to good technical sites, technical encyclopedias, web tutorials and more.