Women In Tech is an action-oriented initiative of the Technology Council of Central Pennsylvania with a clear goal – creating an inclusive and level playing field regardless of gender within the Central Pennsylvania technology industry.  Our current efforts include quarterly programming, our annual Women In Tech Awards and our new Women In Tech Mentoring program.

Our quarterly events provide a variety of forums for learning, discussion, debate, collaboration and action.  We believe this isn’t just a woman-issue or a man-issue, but an everyone-issue and is one that can only be overcome when we all work together.

Upcoming Women In Tech programs include (click on name to register):

Women In Tech Mentor Info Session – Tuesday, September 21 at 12:15 pm

Women In Tech Virtual Breakfast: What does it take for a woman to be successful in tech? – Wednesday, November 18 from 8:30 – 9:30 am

NEW FOR FALL 2021 – Women In Tech Mentoring Pilot Program

We’re excited to kick-off a brand new volunteer opportunity for TCCP members as part of a new Women In Tech Mentoring program.

TCCP members who are currently women working in tech will be matched with undergrad students representing the future of women in the tech industry. Mentors will be paired together to co-facilitate monthly virtual group discussions for no more than 6 – 8 mentees.

Undergrad mentees may include students from the following TCCP higher education members:

Gettysburg College

Harrisburg University of Science & Technology

Penn State University – Harrisburg

Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology

Shippensburg University

York College of Pennsylvania

Key Dates:

October 5, 2021 – WIT Mentor Training (virtual)

October 12, 2021 –  WIT Mentor Kick-Off (virtual)

October – March 2021 – Monthly WIT Mentor Discussion Groups (virtual)

April 2, 2021 – WIT Mentor Luncheon (in-person, location TBD)

Now accepting online applications for both WIT Mentors and WIT Mentees.  Application deadline is September 26, 2021 at 11:59 pm.

*Please note – Only TCCP members and undergrad students from the higher education institutions listed above are eligible to apply for this year’s pilot program.