The TechWomen program takes the health and safety of our Emerging Leaders, mentors and host company partners seriously, and are taking all necessary steps to ensure we can deliver both a safe and successful program. Updated information can be found at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the U.S. Department of State’s Current Outbreak of Coronavirus Disease webpages.
Beginning in October 2020, TechWomen Facilitators led Emerging Leaders through five weeks of small-group learning modules. Through real-time meetings and immersive discussion, the Professional Interest Groups promoted idea exchange, reflection and professional growth. From November 1 to December 15, TechWomen Impact Coaches and Peer Advisors will virtually guide Emerging Leader country teams through the action planning process, supporting them in identifying a socioeconomic challenge in their communities.
Through a spring 2020 virtual program, IIE will provide opportunities for Emerging Leaders to continue the action plan process, engage in cultural exchange and take part in a professional mentorship with women leaders in STEM from the U.S. As a capstone to the 2020-2021 virtual program, the Year 10 Emerging Leaders will be invited to visit the San Francisco Bay Area for an in-person experience focused on networking and cultural exchange. All activities are subject to change based on health and safety recommendations or restrictions.
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