Welcome to our community!
The Advancing Women in IT Community is dedicated to:
- Empowering women with the knowledge and skills necessary to help their pursuit of successful IT careers
- Inspiring girls and women to enter the IT field as a career choice
- Supporting businesses in creating cultures that promote a diverse IT workforce
Our membership consists of men and women who support this mission and are currently in, or aspire to be in, IT careers.
What We Do
AWIT has a goal of reaching 10,000 people with the message that IT provides great careers for women. We also provide networking opportunities, develop member-driven initiatives and programs, and are active in legislation involving women and careers.
NEW! AWIT Career Resource Center
The AWIT Career Resource Center is an online destination for people who want to learn about IT careers and promote women entering and advancing their work in information technology.
Go to the Career Resource Center
Dream IT: Inspiring Women and Girls to Explore Careers in IT
Dream IT — a program by CompTIA’s Advancing Women in IT Community — is reaching 10,000 people this year with the message that IT is a great place for women and girls. Learn how you can be involved.
Visit the Dream IT site
Advancing Women in IT Blog Posts
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Advancing Women In IT Community Events
Don’t Take It Personally. How to Recover from Mistakes and Stay in the Game: Powered by CompTIA Advancing Women in IT Community
September 7, 2016
12pm CT / 1pm ET
What separates the top performers from everyone else is they aren’t afraid to take risks, and they are resilient and rebound from mistakes. This webinar helps professionals learn how to manage their own reactions, along with the loss of trust or damage to one’s reputation that can occur. Learn techniques from positive psychology and competitive sports that focus on how to quickly rebound from common mistakes. Hear how to gain support and rebuild relationships and one’s reputation.
October Texas Procurement Committee Meeting
October 12, 2016 11:30 AM