blackcomputeHER Data Science Executives

July 12, 2019

 

Black Women in Science and Engineering (BWISE) and blackcomputeHER are tackling the data science talent gap. Pathways to and incorporating data science are supported through a cohort-based structure, that offers data science trainings, coaching and peer mentoring activities, targeting professional Black women. This initiative intends to help community members achieve their data science based goals. Events are held in Atlanta, GA and Houston, TX starting September 2019. No coding experience required! 

 

As an Affiliate, you’ll join our community to:

  1. Gain introductory knowledge and skills in Python for data-intensive problem solving and scientific discovery

  2. Identify career pathways to and incorporating data science 

  3. Find and participate in next level data science training

 

This research collaboration is led by Dr. Brandeis Marshall, a member of the blackcomputeHER leadership develop team and founder of DataedX. Interested to learn more? Go to dataedHER.com

 

We were selected as one of the winners of the @KaporCenter’s $1M Tech Done Right National Challenge.  BWISE + blackcomputeHER will be awarded $100,000 to build a more diverse and inclusive tech economy locally and nationally. Learn more about all 10 winners here: https://techdoneright.kaporcenter.org/winners/  #TDRchallenge

 

The Tech Done Right National Challenge is an initiative of The Kapor Center, a recognized leader in the movement to enhance diversity and inclusion in the technology and entrepreneurship ecosystem. For more information, visit www.kaporcenter.org.

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