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How can you help?

There are no requirements to volunteer with RTC other than a desire to help women succeed in tech. Our volunteers represent all genders and have included new and seasoned professionals. We have had technology professionals and people outside of tech who have served as presenters and mentors.

We’re always open to suggestions of ways you can help. But if you need inspiration, here are a few of the ways our volunteers have already helped our community:

  • Presenting on professional and personal development topics and industry and tech topics
  • Reviewing resumes and providing students feedback
  • Providing Mock Technical Interview Practice
  • Mentoring
  • Donating to the RTC Women in Tech Fund

For more information about mentoring with RTC, view our Mentor Guide.

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Get involved with RTC to help create and sustain programs that empower undergraduate, graduate, and early career women to find their path to success in tech.


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In an entry level position where most of my colleagues are senior level engineers, it is motivating to remember how far I have come in my career by helping other girls. I love helping my mentees with resume and interviewing skills because it is rewarding to watch them gain confidence in their skills, experience, and career aspirations.

Sabrina, RTC Mentor

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Together, we can make the tech industry more diverse and inclusive. Becoming an RTC partner demonstrates your company’s commitment to diversity and inclusion while making a positive difference in the lives of underrepresented communities.

We’d love to connect with your team to learn more about your hiring goals and how to best showcase your company to Rewriting the Code members. Complete the form below to get in touch.

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