2017 Grace Hopper Conference: Career Fair
Another great year of the Grace Hopper Conference, including the Career Fair. GHC is a three-day conference designed to bring together women in computing to discuss research and career interests.
Top Companies for Women Technologists evaluated 63 companies this year, accounting for more than 574,000 technologists across a variety of fields. Within the participating companies, women held 22.95% of technical roles. This 1.2% increase from 2016 represents a relatively small change, but corresponds to thousands of new jobs for women technologists.
2017 Leadership Index
The Leadership Index lists the companies whose representation of women technologists is above the mean. The winner will then be announced on the main stage at the Grace Hopper Celebration in Orlando October 4, 2017. Companies are listed alphabetically; this list is not a ranking.
Allstate Insurance Company
Bank of America
The New York Times
Career Fair Expo
Over 200 companies participated and they all brought their A game, starting with their booths, swag, and of course recruiters.
Don’t miss the Career Fair — a stimulating forum to discover and apply for job opportunities at all levels across industry and academia. It could be the start of, or next step in, a great career. Our Expo also features an Interview Hall, where sponsors host in-person interviews.
|Wednesday 10/4||10:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.|
|Thursday 10/5||10:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.|
|Friday 10/6||9 a.m. – 2 p.m.|
What booth were you most impressed with? What would you have liked to see?