Women hold 57 percent of U.S professional occupations but only 26 percent of computing jobs. And 56 percent of midcareer women leave their private sector technical jobs, which is twice the rate of men. Why? Evidence points to workplace conditions, career inertia, and a lack of access to key creative roles. Workplace cultures and practices have an indisputable influence on the workplaces people choose and their willingness to stay.
Who we are
The NCWIT Workforce Alliance (WA) focuses on making corporate cultures in technology more inclusive, where every voice is heard and anything is possible. A diverse, inclusive environment enables employees to innovate and do the best work of their lives. NCWIT has the research, data, toolkits, and systematic approach that can help companies of all sizes thrive.
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Members gain the tools and a community to inspire culture change, with potential results such as heightened awareness of unconscious bias, men’s increased involvement in change efforts, and progress toward greater public accountability. Set change in motion:
- Find guidance in applying research-based strategies to mitigate bias in hiring, task assignment, performance evaluation, promotion, and more.
- Discover opportunities for corporate volunteerism, outreach, and recruitment with the NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Community, the largest network of its kind.
- Receive exclusive invitations to the annual NCWIT Summit, the renowned annual gathering of computing diversity and inclusion change leaders.
- Serve on resource committees and project teams to shape the understanding of emergent trends and issues.
Join now. For more information fill out the NCWIT Workforce Alliance membership form.