Current undergraduate students of marginalized genders (including female, non-binary, trans, gender non-conforming) are welcome to attend.
WECode will look like an opportunity to hear from and meet the next generation of technical leaders, foster a network and community among collegiate engineers, and promote more female representation in the technical industry. Consisting of opportunities to meet & discuss with sponsors like Bloomberg, Google, and SIG at the Career Fair, fireside chats from leading STEM icons, mentorship and mock interviews, and more!
Our preferred dress code for our events is business/smart casual; but you are more than welcome to wear whatever you feel the most comfortable in!
We are thrilled to announce the tenth iteration of Women Engineers Code, with a return to in-person programming as the largest student-run Women in Computer Science conference in the United States.
As WECode is a conference with speakers, mentors and sponsors providing resources specifically for undergraduate students, we do not encourage high school/graduate students to attend WECode. If you are a high school student, we invite you to join us in a few years!
Yes! Only current undergraduate students identifying as a woman or of a gender minority of any race/ethnicity are eligible to apply for a scholarship. The WECode 2024 scholarship covers the full cost of the conference ticket, and provides financial aid for travel and other related expenses. Please visit the Scholarship page under the Attend tab for more information! Apply here by November 26th at 11:59pm EST.
WECode (Women Engineers Code) is the world's largest student-run tech conference. It is organized by undergraduate women at Harvard University.
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