About

Women’s Tech Hub ~ Bristol grew from our shared love of working in tech, alongside our awareness of the lack of diversity. Our mission is to support the development of a tech industry that is inclusive of all so that it reflects the wider society.

We aim to support and encourage women and gender non-conforming people working in, or wishing to move into the tech industry through our careers support, workshops and signposting.  For information please see our networking options here and become a member for free via meetup.

We support companies wishing to improve on their inclusion through introducing them to our members through our candidates page and to reach out through our Jobs Board.  We also welcome companies wishing to engage through offering sponsorship of our Workshop Wednesdays and the opportunity to run workshops to meet possible candidates here.

Support Us

Women’s Tech Hub ~ Bristol wants to be open to all our members regardless of income and as such do not run a reward membership. However, we are grateful for any companies or people wishing to support us to allow us to continue helping and supporting our members and the tech community.

We have Paypal support and also buy me a coffee if you want to say a quick thank you.

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* please note we are a VAT registered social enterprise but are not a charity so you are unable to reclaim the tax

Blog

Happy International Men’s Day

You may wonder why we wanted to support IMD but it’s something we have been talking about a lot in the group. When we originally set up Women’s Tech Hub there was a feeling that it would be seen as a women’s group and exclusionary with regard to men. We were also concerned that we would get a kickback from the industry on the group. It’s thankfully been far from true though.

International Week of Science and Peace

The International Week of Science and Peace was first observed during 1986 as part of the observance of the International Year of Peace. The organization of events and activities for the week was undertaken as a non-governmental initiative; the secretariat for the International Year of Peace was informed of the preparatory activities and the final summary of events that occurred during the week. The organizers sought to encourage the broadest possible international participation in the observance.

Bootcamps and a sad farewell

Skills Bootcamps are flexible, 16-week courses that offer opportunities to learn and develop skills in tech, which fast-track you to an interview with an employer. Delivery will be over eight weekends from 26th November 2021 to 31st March 2022. All teaching will be delivered online to ensure maximum engagement from students.