The Harvard Women Engineers Code (WECode) Conference team is hosting our annual college women in technology conference IN-PERSON on February 17-18, 2024 at Harvard University. We are inviting current post-secondary students who identify as women/non-binary, with a demonstrated interest in technology, to apply to our Technology Fellowship!
We will select a group of WECode Technology Fellows from across the country. If chosen, you will be a leader in the women in tech space, partnering with our Harvard student team to publicize the LARGEST student-run women in technology conference in the world via personal social media, digital communities/networks, and local outreach, and gain leadership experience in the women in tech space. Fellows will enjoy exclusive perks, including a free ticket to the conference, networking opportunities, and access to community resources.
The application is due November 5th at 11:59pm EST. We highly encourage interested candidates to submit their application as soon as possible, as decisions will be made on a rolling basis.
As a Fellow, you can earn the following perks:
1. Leadership: Fellows will directly impact operations of the largest conference of college women engineers in the country.
2. Free Ticket: A free ticket to the in-person WECode 2024 conference.
3. Bonus Resources: Access to exclusive Fellowship events.
4. Networking: Opportunities to meet and network with other Fellows, conference attendees, and leaders in the tech industry
5. Harvard WECode Distinguished Leadership Award: A Harvard WECode Leadership Award you can add to your resume (with extra perks!)
To be eligible, you must:
1. Be an undergraduate student that identifies as a woman, non-binary, gender fluid or other gender minorities
2. Have a demonstrated interest in technology (all levels welcome!)
1. All Fellows:
Ambassadors must gather 5+ students to attend the conference.
Conduct outreach to CS department for group ticket discounts for students from your school
Distinguished Fellow Leadership Award: Fellows who actively participate in our 3 committees’ community events are candidates to be Distinguished Fellows (see below). Extra publicization & students gathered count towards this distinction.
2. Lead Fellows:
6 Lead Fellows will spearhead 3 committees, leading community engagement & women in tech initiatives, in addition to general Fellow duties. Lead Fellows will automatically be considered for the Distinguished Fellows application. Example activities are below:
Professional Development Lead Fellows will facilitate Tech Fellow coffee chats, source professional speakers and organize a virtual speaker series, and moderate workshops on professional development.
Digital Media Lead Fellows will write and edit guest blog posts featured on the WECode site, lead efforts for news outreach, and create content for WECode’s official social media channels (IG/Tiktok).
Peer Engagement Lead Fellows will build a strong WECode community by designing Tech Fellow merch, hosting virtual social events, and encouraging discussions.
Personal: Posting on your social media (IG, FB, LinkedIn, etc.), at least 2x each
Digital (ex: girls in tech groups, previous coding camps): at least 2x each, if any
Local: at least 2 clubs/lists in your school, AND friends’ networks from 2 other schools: at least 1x each
You must attend the conference at Harvard University on February 17-18!
1. Apply here by November 5th at 11:59pm EST.
2. Do not purchase a ticket yourself until notifications are released with further steps.
3. Check out our website & social media below!
4. Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. We hope to see you at Harvard WECode 2024!