May is Mental Health Awareness Month and in honor of that, we invite you to join us for an evening of relaxation! As a woman in tech, we know it can be difficult to balance work and life, so we want to create a space for you to take some time for you. The workshop will begin with mindful practices to promote peace and decrease stress. You will then learn massage techniques for your hands, wrists, and neck that can take the pressure off your joints and provide relief for overworked muscles. Afterwards, stick around for an open hour of time to connect with other women in tech!
Tickets are sliding scale…donate what you can! Space is limited so please register below.
This virtual workshop will bring together the Pittsburgh tech community and supporters of WITPGH to create digital vision boards. During this workshop you can:
- learn about our mission, vision, and values
- collaborate on a vision board for the future of Pittsburgh tech
- sustain WITPGH’s contributions to Pittsburgh tech by making a small donation
- discover ways you can partner with WITPGH
The workshop will begin with some insights on vision boarding, a brief meditation, and an intro to making your own that you can use as phone or desktop wallpaper to keep you inspired all year. This workshop is open to anyone. We will only be asking for donations, but no one will be turned away. Please join us for an uplifting event that is sure to make 2022 all that we want it to be and inspire that change that we want to create.
JANUARY 27, 2022 FROM 7 TO 8:30 PM
The goal of this panel is to connect our Golang Mini Academy Cohort as well as other women in tech to recruiters and hiring managers who can help guide them to maximizing their resumes and experience during the academy to Come Up the ladder in their careers. This is a professional development event where our guests will learn what companies are looking for and ways they can improve their resumes and portfolios. We want to reiterate the importance of specialized skills as a tool to elevate your salary and position in your company. We believe learning is a continual equalizer for underrepresented folks in tech and want to build a network that shares the resources necessary to develop a sustainable career in tech as well as equitable and innovative companies.
At the end of April, our dedicated and hardworking cohort scholars will be graduating from WIT PGH’s Hacking Barriers To Entry program. Each scholar will have 10 minutes to introduce themselves, present their portfolio and discuss the next steps of their journey into Pittsburgh’s tech industry. If you can help make a connection or are seeking to expand your team we invite you to join us this evening to meet our amazing talented graduates.
Join us to learn:
- What is the Golang programming language?
- Why has it become a critical language that all developers should learn?
- How can you accelerate your career and increase your pay by learning the Golang language?
The workshop will include starting points for putting together a quick portfolio project that focuses on user testing and discovery. Participants will leave the workshop with frameworks, resources, and tools that they can explore with users on their own projects.
This workshop will be led by, Kelly Hiser, who is Product Manager at Zoobean, a startup helping communities read more and read together. She’s also co-founder and the former CEO of Rabble, a startup that empowers libraries to support and sustain their local creative communities.
Negotiation. The word that we run from. NO FEAR, Jackie Mitchell will hold your hand. Most of us are clueless when it comes to negotiation. The secret is creating Win-Win Solutions, advocating on your own behalf and reframing your thinking. Jackie will run the cohort through a lesson on salary negotiation and run a quick practice to explore ways to prepare for the next chapter of their career and salary conversations with potential employers.
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