Welcome to Indy Women in Tech
A formula for success
Provide necessary financial support, training, and education.
To inspire women and girls of all ages to pursue STEM related employment in Indiana.
Expose women to experiences and career opportunities in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.

Welcome to Indy Women in Tech

A formula for success.

EDUCATION & TRAINING
EDUCATION & TRAINING

Helping women through career transition into tech or women who are ready to re-enter the workforce by providing training and financial assistance.

ROBOTICS
ROBOTICS

Provide hands-on interactive STEM learning experiences to Indiana schools by utilizing economical, entry level robotics platform for all local students.

Ignite Your Superpower STEM Day
Ignite Your Superpower STEM Day

Middle school girls participate in hands-on experiments and interactive exhibits designed to inspire girls and discover STEM.

IWiT CHAMPIONSHIP
IWiT CHAMPIONSHIP

LPGA to showcase Indianapolis as a viable Tech Hub Destination and unite the tech community through weeklong programming and initiatives.

"For our city to continue to grow and prosper, we must have a highly-educated, highly diverse workforce. The Indy Women in Tech initiative’s goal is to provide opportunities for women of all ages to become a part of Indianapolis’ growing and innovative tech sector. Without more women working in tech at every level, our city and our economy will never reach its full potential."
- Former Mayor Greg Ballard
“Together, Indy Women in Tech and IvyWorks are breaking down barriers women face when seeking education and employment in non-traditional fields. This partnership not only supports Indiana's growing technology industry, but also sets us apart as the leader in connecting women with high-wage, high-demand careers.”
- Elizabeth Crist Darby, IvyWorks Program Director, Ivy Tech Community College
“There is a unique opportunity with STEM and the social workforce. Demand for STEM talent is lowering traditional social biases of diversity in tech. We are pleased to work with Indy Women in Tech to take an advantage of this opportunity to put more women into the technological workforce. Their leadership and commitment to women in the tech workforce is an asset to the community we are humbled to partner with.”
- John Qualls, President of Eleven Fifty Academy
"Indy’s tech sector has tremendous momentum, creating lots of new career opportunities for tech-skilled and business-skilled individuals. Thanks to the Indy Women in Tech Foundation’s financial support, we will be able to dedicate a person to supporting employers and women in providing pathways for more women in tech careers. Anything that is a priority requires focused time and resources. This is us as an organization and a community making women in tech a priority,"
- Mike Langellier, President and CEO of TechPoint

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