UW Women's Center
It is that time of year again and the Women’s Center is proud to announce our 9th year of our Making Connections Program student graduation. These students will be taking their next steps towards higher education with the necessary skills to continue their success.
Join the UW Women’s Center for an afternoon workshop that focuses on social media and learn tools for effective networking. LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook have evolved into a main source of networking in today’s professional world. It can be difficult to know how to navigate these social media platforms in a safe and productive
This is a public forum of presentations by experts on human trafficking in the Filipino context.
Girls Who Code makes strides in its first year at UW Posted: Tuesday, April 7, 2015 10:34 pm | Updated: 4:47 pm, Thu Apr 9, 2015. Erika Sommer | 0 comments Being the only woman in a classroom full of men can be tough, and graduating from college into a male-dominated profession can be even
We have officially opened ticket sales our largest event of the year, the Women of Courage Gala! This year on March 7th at 6 pm we will continue the tradition of honoring courageous women and the many ways they strive to make a difference. Please join us for night of dancing, food, fun, awards and more!
Happy New Year! With so much pride and appreciation in our hearts, we are excited to share news of the UW Women’s Center’s Making Connections (MC) students blazing forward into the New Year, breaking down barriers and paying it forward. The four student team placed 2nd in the national Girls Who Code application design competition.
If you didn’t get a chance to read our article about Girls Who Code in the UW Daily last week, don’t worry! We have linked it to our page. Visit at The Daily.
Building a Partnership Our Making Connections (MC) program for 9th through 12th grade girls has partnered with Girls Who Code, allowing us to expand our program and offer computer science education and tech industry classes throughout the academic year. We are so fortunate to have wonderful facilitators from Amazon, Google, and UW Computer Science
Will Radcliffe joins the UW Women’s Center as an AmeriCorps member, under the Washington Service Corps division. In particular, he serves as the Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) Enrichment and Outreach Coordinator for the Making Connections program. Will is a recent graduate from the University of Washington—Seattle, with a bachelors in English Literature and minor« Previous Page Next Page »