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RTC is a free community for women in computer science! They are the largest peer-to-peer network for undergraduate, graduate, and early career women in tech and offer continuous engagement with tech companies, personal and professional skill development, and mentorship. Benefits of joining the community include:
Opportunities to connect with companies for RTC sponsored jobs and internships
Educational programs designed to help you explore tech interests, build confidence and prepare for recruiting
In-person and remote events with RTC members (career fairs, hackathons, etc.)
Shared interest groups within RTC to connect with fellow members
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NCWIT is nonprofit organization that works to increase the participation of all women in computing. As a member of the community, you have access to research-based resources, services, and computing programs on a national scale. The easiest way to get involved with NCWIT is to join the Aspirations in Computing (AiC) Community. Benefits of joining the community include:
Private invitations to virtual and in-person meetups
Visibility for technical achievements
Computing outreach opportunities
Hands-on activities for exploring computer science concepts
Exclusive access to scholarships, internships, job opportunities, and more.

The Grace Hopper Conference is the largest conference targeted at women in the computer science industry! It takes place once a year and hosts many speakers, as well as companies. Anyone can submit their resume to the resume database, regardless of whether they attend the conference. Dartmouth usually sponsors a few students to attend the conference every year.

WISP stands for Women in Science Program, and is an initiative at Dartmouth to match women interested in STEM fields to on-going faculty research projects. This is available for first and second-year undergraduates and is a great way to get research experience without previous knowledge! Participants will interview with various professors and get matched with a project that suits their interests for a year.


⭐ Contributors

Jessica Cheng ‘23
Kaylie Sampson ‘25

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