What is AWC?

What can AWC do for me?

How do members get together?

How much does it cost to join AWC?

Is AWC open to men?

Who can I contact for more information?

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What is AWC?

AWC, the Association for Women in Computing, is a non profit organization dedicated to providing women in technology with opportunities for professional growth through networking and programs on technical and career-oriented topics. AWC encourages high standards of competence and promotes a professional attitude among its members.

What can AWC do for me?

AWC members interact with colleagues in technology. They expand their insights into technical developments in their field. And they improve their interpersonal and leadership skills through active participation in AWC events.

How do members get together?

The Greater Boston Chapter holds meetings monthly from September through June in the Boston Metro West area around Route 128. Meetings typically start out with introductions and a networking session, followed by dinner and a presentation. Occasionally, meetings are combined with other professional organizations in the area and these locations may vary. Non-members are welcome to attend, but members will receive a discount.

How much does it cost to join AWC?

Individual annual dues are $45 per person, $22.50 for full-time students and seniors. This includes membership in both the Greater Boston Chapter and the National Association. Corporate memberships are available for $100 per year.

Is AWC open to men?

Men are welcome at meetings and as members of AWC.

Who can I contact for more information?

Address:
Association for Women in Computing
Greater Boston Chapter
P.O. Box 68
Newton Upper Falls, MA 02164

Email: info@awcBoston.org

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