April 15, 2014
ere’s a list of Web sites that can help you when hiring female IT professionals.
- AFL-CIO's Working Women's Page
- The American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) is the voluntary federation of America's unions, representing working women nationwide.
- Association for Computing Machinery
- ACM is the world's first educational and scientific computing society, offering publications, pioneering conferences, and visionary leadership.
- Catalyst offers training, research, mentoring, networking and information resource development for non-profit agencies.
- GirlGeeks provides jobs, high-quality career, training and motivational services and products for women using IT to prosper and grow. Women come to GirlGeeks to advance their careers, find appropriate training and connect with other women who have similar experiences.
- Information Technology Association of America
- The ITAA web site provides information about the IT industry, its issues, association programs, publications, meetings, seminars and links to other valuable web sites.
- Society of Women Engineers
- SWE is a non-profit educational service organization dedicated to publicizing the need for women engineers and encouraging young women to consider an engineering education.
- U.S. Department of Labor Women's Bureau
- The U.S. Department of Labor Women's Bureau, established by Congress in 1920, is the only federal agency mandated to represent the needs of wage-earning women in the public policy process.
- Women in Technology
- WITI offers a vertical portal site on the Internet for women who have a high reliance on technology in both their careers and their businesses.
- WorldWIT offers a free resource for women in the form of information and advice from other members of its community. It operates 29 e-mail lists around the world.