Are you a woman interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics? Then you should apply for the TechWomen Spring 2022 Emerging Leaders Program.
The TechWomen program is interested in supporting you by providing them the access and opportunities to advance their careers and pursue their dreams.
Application Deadline: May 5, 2021
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The program is fully funded and covers the following costs:
- Round Trip international airfare from participant home country to the United States.
- Domestic airfare from San Francisco to Washington, D.C.
- Housing in San Francisco or Sunnyvale, California during the mentorship period:
- Meals and incidentals
- Hotel stay in Washington, D.C.
- Public transportation to the participant’s host company.
- Local transportation to group program events in the San Francisco Bay Area and Washington, D.C.
N.B: Participants are responsible for the cost of any non program activities such as independent sightseeing and cultural events, as well as any non program related domestic or international travel.
Successful applicants also get to:
- Challenge themselves with new questions and concepts.
- Collaborate with like minded women in their fields on an innovative project
- Network with influential industry leaders.
- Discover their own innovative leadership style.
- Create meaningful friendships with women from all over the world
- Explore the diverse communities of the San Francisco Bay Area and Washington, D.C.
- Inspire the next generation of women and girls in their home countries.
The contest is open to women who:
- Have at least two years full time professional experience in the STEM (science, technology. engineering and math) fields.
P.S: Note that Internships and other unpaid work experience does not count toward the two-year professional experience requirement.
- Have at minimum, a bachelor’s degree/four year university degree.
- Are proficient in written and spoken English.
- Are citizens and permanent residents of Algeria, Cameroon, Egypt, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan, the Palestinian Territories, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tajikistan Tunisia, Turkmenistan Uzbekistan or Zimbabwe at the time of application and while participating in the program.
- Are eligible to obtain a U.S. – 1 exchange visitor visa.
- Have not applied for an immigrant visa to the United States (other than the Diversity Immigrant Visa, also known as the “visa lottery”) in the past five years.
- Do not hold a U.S. citizenship or is a U.S. legal permanent resident
Preference will be given to applicants who:
- Demonstrate themselves as emerging leaders in their chosen professional track through their work experience, volunteer experience, community activities and education.
- Are committed to return to their home countries to share what they have learned and mentor women and girls.
- Have limited or no prior experience in the United States
- Have a proven record of voluntary or public service in their communities.
- Have a demonstrated track record of entrepreneurialism and commitment to innovation.
- Demonstrate a willingness to participate in exchange programs, welcome opportunities for mentoring and new partnership development and exhibit confidence and maturity.
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About the TechWomen Spring 2022 Emerging Leaders Program
The TechWomen connects and supports the next generation of women leaders in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics by providing them the access and opportunities to advance their careers and pursue their dreams.
Through mentorship and exchange, TechWomen strengthens participants’ professional capacity, increases mutual understanding between key networks of professionals, and expands girls’ interest in STEM careers by exposing them to female role models.