To create products that serve increasingly diverse customers and solve a wider range of social problems, technology companies need women engineers. However, only 25 percent of math and computer science jobs in the United States are filled by women Continue reading Cracking the code: Working together to engage and empower female technologists at Bloomberg
Bloomberg Engineering’s culture champions innovation. This is made possible by the different perspectives of our 6,000+ software engineers around the globe, who come from diverse backgrounds and geographies and who possess a variety of technology specialties. Continue reading How 4 engineers and culture champions are growing their careers at Bloomberg
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Former WNBA player Niesha Butler has opened the first Afro-Latina-owned STEM camp, S.T.E.A.M. Champs, in New York City to reduce accessibility barriers to tech educational resources for Brooklyn youth. Continue reading Former WNBA star Niesha Butler opens first Afro-Latina-owned STEM camp in New York City
By Zachy Hennessey, The Jerusalem Post
“Let’s start by establishing that hi-tech is really the best place for women,” began Dorit Dor, Chief Product Officer for Check Point, during a panel at Tuesday night’s first inaugural Women’s Entrepreneurship Summit from The Jerusalem Post and WE (Women’s Entrepreneurship). During the event, executives from throughout the hi-tech industry gathered to share their knowledge and experience with female entrepreneurs across the country. Continue reading Lack of women in hi-tech is a ‘vicious issue’ that must be solved – Female execs.
By Jackie Wattles, CNN
A rocket built by Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin carried its fifth group of passengers to the edge of space, including the first-ever Mexican-born woman to make such a journey. Continue reading At 17, she was her family’s breadwinner on a McDonald’s salary. Now she’s gone into space
By Yamily Habib, Be Latina
When we say Latinas are breaking through in every industry, we mean every industry. Just look at the outstanding achievement of Twitch streamer Maria “Chica” Lopez, who has joined the icon series of Epic Games‘ popular game, Fortnite. Continue reading Maria ‘Chica’ Lopez Becomes the First Latina LBTQ+ Creator To Join Fortnite Icon Series
The tech industry is filled with opportunities for women seeking new careers, but in a male-dominated field, it can be difficult to find them. Continue reading This tech titan shares her tips on how women can break into the industry
IOScholarships is the first of its kind scholarship and financial education platform for minority and underrepresented STEM students. The technology has been designed with a streamlined user-friendly interface Continue reading Scholarship Connoisseur Encourages Students to Apply for STEM Scholarships and Internship Opportunities Now
By Brad Bergan, Interesting Engineering
Rarely are first times worthy of note when it comes to minted coins. Continue reading NASA’s Sally Ride Will Become the First Female Astronaut on the US Quarter
Elon Musk, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg – there are so many male leaders in tech. But what about Ada Lovelace, Grace Hopper, Susan Wojcicki, Sheryl Sandberg and the decades of further women technologists? Continue reading We Need More Women in Technology. Period.