Meet the Communities.
We work closely with different Female Tech Communities to allow their members to build their best career in tech. See who we work with!
The female tech communities we are working with are active in different tech areas. From AI to 3D Printing, coding or even for female founders. Collaborating with these female tech communities is at the core of our work. We allow talented women in tech to get to know these communities. Above all, we understand that building networks will support each member to grow and become part of the tech world.
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LIMES (Ladies In Mechanical and Electrical Studies) was founded by four students in January of 2012 and emerged as the first women’s network in engineering at ETH Zurich.
LIMES aims to empower women in the engineering fields. Our goal is to not only to help women within these fields connect with each other but also to help connect them with the industry. We also try to inspire female high school students to choose technical career paths by for example organizing the event Schülerinnentag (female student day).
The Network of Women in Computer Science CSNOW is an interest group from the department of Computer Science at ETH Zurich. Their goals are to dismantle barriers and existing prejudices about IT and to create an including environment for everyone studying and working in IT.
Her Tech Club empowers every woman in the field of tech. We offer inspirational & educational content, host digital and on-site events and connect like-minded women in and around tech. Together we build a strong community to network, learn and grow. It’s all about Her.
We Shape Tech is a global platform for greater diversity and inclusion in technology and innovation. They encourage their partners to achieve a 50-50 female/male ratio in the workforce and enhance tech- and career-related knowledge transfer by learning from the shapers and doers, the courageous and the inspiring, the fun and the passionate.
WomenWay is the network for mentoring and career for businesswomen. WomenWay connects over 15‘000 women in business on a national and international level. They support you in realizing your potential.
WomenWay and the Female Founders Association have merged in March 2021 and will in future appear under the name of WomenWay. The Female Founder Drinks events will continue to bring female entrepreneurs to the stage in the future.
We are building a global community of 10’000 empowered female entrepreneurs and career women. A place where uplifted individuals connect, feel valuable and confident to act. A safe community where you can show up authentically every time and be successful.
We are a powerful network of unapologetic, driven and committed women caring for their own personal and professional well-being. We redefine the way you and the world sees YOU, celebrate our wins and grow from our losses.
SVIN aims to improve the attractiveness of the engineering profession as well as the working and general conditions for women, to promote its reputation in the public and to show the contribution of women engineers to the holistic design of the profession. Also of importance are the formation of networks and the exchange of experience among women engineers.
What the Hack inspires young women to conquer the ICT world! The world needs more diversity in digitization. The goal of What the Hack is to inspire female students and young professionals to enter the ICT world. In addition, they advocate for a 50% share of women in the ICT world.
Women in 3D Printing’s mission is to close the gender-gap in additive manufacturing by increasing the visibility of female leaders in the industry and encouraging more newcomers to use 3D Printing technologies. Their idea is to embrace the people with diverse backgrounds because they are what makes the industry so rich and interesting.
Women Techmakers provides visibility, community, and resources for women in technology to drive innovation and participation in the field. The events are designed to promote an environment of inclusion for women in technology, as well as celebrate women leading the industry.