Advancing women’s careers in technology and engineering

FemResources: Advancing women’s careers in technology and engineering


We're closing the gender gap in technology.


Our recent event featured best-selling author and keynote speaker

Susan RoAne®

How To Work Any Room® to Advance Your Career

Professional Advancement Workshop for Women in Tech

Technology has given us many new and effective ways to communicate that serve as a comfortable substitute to talking with someone face to face. Yet the people who succeed and accelerate their careers are those who also excel in their ability to engage in meaningful one-on-one conversations.

Using ideas from her best-selling books, “How To Work a Room,” “Savvy Networking,” “What Do I Say Next?,” and “Face To Face: How To Reclaim The Personal Touch in a Digital World,” networking and communication expert Susan RoAne showed us how to make new friendships and build valuable, sustainable networks for long-lasting business relationships upon which your career — and good business — are built.

Check back soon for our next event!


Our mission is bold.

Our mission is to close the gender gap in technology by helping women from nontraditional backgrounds become
tech job ready through earn and learn apprenticeships, and accelerate their careers
through career-advancing programs and mentorship.

Tech Employers

Let us help fill your tech talent pipeline with diverse candidates through apprenticeships. Our “earn and learn” apprenticeship model is fully adaptable to your
firm's situation.

Tech Women

Think of FemResources as base camp for advancing your tech career through tech apprenticeships, career-advancing events and mentoring.




Women from nontraditional backgrounds need a concrete opportunity to participate in the tech workforce in technical roles, and a new kind of support to help them stay in technology.


Career-Advancing Professional Skills


To succeed in today’s tech workplace one cannot rely
solely on technical skills.




Going it alone in life has rarely been an option. For early-
career technical women and women further along in your
career, having a support system is critical. Key to this
support is mentorship.


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