Guest post by Arezoo Miot After a rich and memorable week of professional meetings, I came home and reflected on my time in Jordan with the TechWomen delegation. As a Program Officer for the program, I was honored and fortunate to participate alongside mentors from the United States and … [READ MORE...]
Less than two hours to go!
The TechWomen application deadline is only hours away and we are doing our best to keep up with all of your email questions! Because of the high volume of emails we are receiving, we are not able to reply to each message immediately. Please allow two to five business days for a reply. Don't panic if … [READ MORE...]
Collaborate. Code. Connect.
A collage of experiences in Jordan as told by TechWomen. Against the backdrop of Petra, a wonder of the ancient world, forty-five women from eight countries said their goodbyes last week. The TechWomen delegation concluded with stronger bonds and increased cultural understanding between mentors … [READ MORE...]
Only 10 days left to apply to the 2013 TechWomen program!
The application deadline for the 2013 TechWomen program is quickly approaching! With the deadline only 10 days away, here are a few tips to ensure that your application is complete: 1. The deadline to submit your application is 23:59 Cairo time, February 22, 2013. All application materials, … [READ MORE...]
Kicking off TechWomen Delegation in Amman, Jordan
Guest blog by Ayori Z. Selassie, TechWomen Mentor First official day of volunteer work with the TechWomen for the U.S. Department of State Delegation to Jordanwas incredible. Many of us began Monday morning sleep deprived and jetlagged, however it didn’t take long for the excitement, inspiration, … [READ MORE...]
What Career Advice Would You Give to Your Younger Self?
Recently, women and girls across the globe have been asking us for advice on launching successful careers in STEM and advancing their young professional careers to the next level. Although we generally loathe dwelling on the woulda, coulda, shoulda moments in life, we can’t deny that sometimes, … [READ MORE...]