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Supporting Women‘s Workplace Return

The WIT Network is a 501(c) 3 not for profit supporting women in the technology sector across all disciplines from software engineering, marketing, and sales. With a fundamental belief that we need more women in early career stages and helping women earn those coveted management and leadership positions, we offer continuing education both to our members and those in need within our communities.
Donate to our WIT Workplace Return scholarship program offering training programs, networking, coaching, and access women need to gain employment in the tech sector.

1000‘s of Women have Left the Workforce – Let‘s Help them jump back in.

Program #1:

The WIT Network Tech Tracks

Program #2:

Management and Leadership Training

100% of your donation will go to continuing to offer technical certification training for women from communities in need. We place emphasis on Black, Indigenous, and women of color.  We will offer scholarships, memberships, mentoring, and programs to support women returning to the workplace.
Every penny raised through our donation programs will support women to gain access to the boardroom table through our management and leadership training programs. With more women rising to positions of power, they will pay it forward to future generations of diverse hiring within companies of all sizes

I participated in the Azure Fundamentals training with The WIT Network, and it helped me land my first role in the tech sector. Before, I couldn‘t even get past the first interview.

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I am grateful for the scholarships offered by The WIT Network as otherwise I would have never been able to afford this kind of training to develop my technical skills. Thank you.

The Emerging Leaders program gave me the confidence and voice I needed to ask my boss for more responsibilities and what I need to do to get that promotion.

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I asked for a raise. I got the raise. I was able to work with my Emerging Leaders cohort sisterhood to help me with how to ask when I knew I was not paid fairly. My confidence soared after participating in this program.