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Women

As women, you will face specific challenges along your career development and career management path.  Regardless of the stage of career development you are in, it is important to be informed about navigating the world of work as a woman and connected to individuals who share similar experiences.  This group is meant to provide resources that address the unique needs of women from all walks of life such as women of color, transfer students, and differently-abled women.

Student Spotlight: Aneesa

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Meet Aneesa Addarich!

Pronouns: she/her

Major: Human Development with a minor in Immigration Studies

Hometown: Yonkers, New York

What are your involvements (on campus, off campus, abroad, etc.)?

I am a first generation college student so I am a member …

By Maya Tierney
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12 Companies Ramping Up Their Diversity & Inclusion Efforts

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Is working for a company that values diversity and inclusion is important to you? Consider applying to companies that are pushing the envelope with their diversity initiatives. Read full article and view the list:  https://www.glassdoor.com/employers/blog/inspiration-for-ramping-up-diversity-inclusion-efforts/

By Alissa Strong
Alissa Strong Sr. Asst. Director, Technology Innovation & Marketing Alissa Strong
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Why It’s Okay to be Undecided

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WHY IT’S OKAY TO BE UNDECIDED

This blog was written by Hannah Sachs ’14& ’16

“What do you want to be when you grow up?”

It’s likely you’ve been asked this question time and time again, for as long as …

By Lexie Avery, MS '15
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10 WOMEN IN TECHNOLOGY SHARE ADVICE FOR OTHERS ENTERING THE INDUSTRY

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According to research by Google, women receive just 18 percent of computer science degrees. Three decades ago, that number was 37 percent.

Unsatisfied with that status quo, many tech companies are taking steps to make their teams more representative of …

By Lindsey Murtland
Lindsey Murtland Senior Associate Director of Engagement and Operations Lindsey Murtland
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Featured Resources

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Search thousands of women-rated companies, get matched with jobs based on your needs and explore career resources for women.

DiversityInc highlights the top 50 diverse employers each year. View their top 50 lists from the past 20 years!

Fortune’s list highlighting the best workplaces for women. See what employees are saying about their workplaces!

Forbes’ annual list highlighting America’s best employers for diversity and inclusion. Search for companies by name or sort by state!

The Society of Women Engineers is the world’s largest advocate and catalyst for change for women in engineering and technology.

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