We are thrilled to announce our She+ Geeks Out Virtual Job Fair! We’re using a platform called vFairs to bring direct (but not, like, coronavirus direct) access to incredible companies that want to hire smart, kind, funny, delightful womxn who get sh*t done.
How are you choosing employers and candidates? We want to be sure this is a meaningful experience for everyone on all sides, which is why we’ve set up an application system for both recruiters and applicants. Both will complete an application...
Oriane Georgeac, PhD student in Organisational Behaviour at London Business School.
As organizations increasingly provide justifications for why they value diversity, one diversity rhetoric has become particularly popular: the “business case for diversity.” The business case claims that diversity is valuable on the grounds of its performance benefits for organizations (rather than on the grounds of fairness and social justice, as the “fairness case” proposes). In this talk,...
Roxbury Innovation Center 2300 Washington St. 2nd Floor Boston, MA 02119
If you're interested in launching your career in tech and believe in our vision for an equitable and inclusive Boston tech industry, this bootcamp is for you. Come join our recruiting hackathon event on April 22nd, 2020. This hackathon is for women, queer and non-binary folks of color only!
Join She+ Geeks Out and Brightcove on the interwebs for a special virtual happy hour!
How is this going to work? We'll be sending out a calendar invite to all attendees one week prior to the event. In that invite, you'll get a bunch of details on how it works, as well as a fun list of topics we'll pre-set for you (don't worry we'll leave some room for random on the fly conversations too, you can just consider these icebreakers!). You won't need to download any software...
Are you interested in learning about the diversity in STEM? Are you unsure of your future career path? Do you want to hear from women who have succeeded in fields including biotech, academia, clinical medicine, technology, start-ups, industry, policy, and more?