For students of all fields, IT literacy is becoming increasingly important for a fulfilling life and career. Further accelerated by COVID-19, the growing relevance of the tech sector can hardly be overstated: Affecting all fields of societal, economic and private spheres, the topic mandates an open and multifaceted exchange between students of all genders, backgrounds, and mindsets.
Flexibly catering to participants' needs, WoMen in Tech will serve as a platform for exchange, discussion and upskilling around topics like analytics, coding, data science, corporate IT, big tech in politics and more.
Specifically reaching out to undergraduates of all disciplines, WIT seeks to excite the upcoming generations about topics around IT. To enrich the world of tech with as many perspectives as possible, female students are particularly encouraged to participate.
As a truly inclusive tech network, all University of Mannheim students are welcome - regardless of gender expression, ethnicity, background, age or field of study
WIT Mannheim came to life in October 2020 when our founder Hannah initiated the first event to reach out to fellow tech enthusiasts. Ever since we hold regular meetings to exchange and enlarge our knowledge in IT and ... ... ...
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In our first fireside chat after the Easter break, we’re excited to have Elias with us again: As Chief Technology Officer of Circular Tree in Berlin, he managed to master the challenging role of “full-stack developer”.
Fireside Chat with Marina Hoffmann former TikTok young professional and now Senior Analyst at ThoughtWorks Brazil.
Fireside Chat with Elias Strehle, Chief Technology Officer at CircularTree