101 Ways Event: WTF…is Changing Careers

Fancy a career in tech but don’t know where to start? Or are you already in the industry, but want to move from one area to another, or climb the ladder to senior management? Regardless of your situation, if you’re thinking about career changing or have taken the plunge already, we have the perfect event for you.
Women’s Tech Focus (WTF) is back with a bang on Tuesday 24 July 2018 with our next event: ‘WTF…is Changing Careers’
Come along to WeWork Corsham Street from 6pm and join the collaborative workshops on the night which will offer a safe space to share personal stories, ideas, tips and advice, and work to allay any concerns people have.
Because career-changing can be fun, exciting and inspiring, just like the people who make up the WTF community (that’s you!). And don’t worry, we will keep you fed and watered through the evening. There’ll also be plenty of opportunity for networking and casual conversation, and discussions about how WTF can continue to grow and support you and other women in tech going forward.

Places are limited and tickets are going fast, so register for your free place here!

For more information, please feel free to get in touch with any of the WTF team: Emma Hopkinson-Spark, Ally Mitchell, Timea Molnar and Jack Bolles.

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