The Women Techmakers Ambassador program is looking for passionate leaders in technology who want to make a difference in their communities. Ambassadors organize events, speak at conferences, create content, and mentor others. They receive support from Google and a community of ambassadors around the world.
The Women Techmakers is excited to invite you to participate in this year’s Women Techmakers (“WTM”) Ambassador program and look forward to collaborating with you.
About the Women Techmakers Ambassador program
Women in technology who want to make a difference and give back to their communities are supported by the Women Techmakers Ambassador program. You will interact with your community as an Ambassador by participating in one or more leadership initiatives every three months. Google and the greater Ambassador network offer help to ambassadors.
The Women Techmakers Ambassador program is creating a future where all women can succeed in IT. The Google Women Techmakers initiative offers tools, a network, and exposure for women in technology.
To become a Women Techmakers Ambassador, you should:
- Be 18 years old or older.
- Have at least 1 year of experience in organizing events, speaking at conferences, creating content, or mentoring others.
- Be genuinely interested in learning about Google technologies and further developing your skills.
- Be willing to actively participate in the program and dedicate a minimum of 10 hours per quarter to community activities.
Responsibilities and Opportunities
As an Ambassador, you will have the chance to engage with your tech community through the following activities:
- Organize Events:
Host meetups, power panels, or special events like International Women’s Day celebrations to educate, connect, and inspire your community.
- Deliver Talks:
Share your expertise on various topics such as Google technologies, diversity, equity, inclusion efforts, or general well-being.
- Create Resources:
Film videos, write blog posts, or develop custom code snippets to share your knowledge and contribute to the broader community.
- Mentor Others:
Help empower the next generation of technologists by providing guidance, support, and mentorship to aspiring individuals.
- Participate in program benefits including networking events, community building, and development sessions
- Adhere to program guidelines
- Commit to our mission to build a world where all women can thrive in tech
The Women Techmakers Ambassadors Program is offering the following as training benefits that will increase your knowledge and skill set and prepare you for the tech world:
Connect with 1000+ Ambassadors worldwide who are equally passionate about technology and creating more diverse and inclusive industry workspaces
With Google’s assistance through Google confirmation_number, take an active part in your local tech community by setting up events, giving talks, producing content, or offering mentorship.
Get unique access to Google-led presentations and workshops on subjects such as strengthening your leadership abilities and diving deep into Google technology groups.
The worldwide Women Techmakers team will acknowledge you for your outstanding community service.
How to Apply
Are you ready to become a Women Techmakers Ambassador? Follow these steps:
- Review the Terms & Conditions to ensure you meet the requirements and understand the program guidelines.
- Click on Apply and complete the application form before June 30, 2023.
- Expect notification about your application status after July 31, 2023.
Types of opportunity: Training/Funding
Deadline: 30 June 2023
Open to: Women
Duration: 3 months
Organizer: Women Techmakers
Hear inspiring stories from Women Techmakers Ambassadors, Some of Google’s top Black women engineers and developers tell a unique critical overview of their technical specialization and passions. in this video compilation below. These videos are intended to inspire you, especially black women who feel limited in life.
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