What better way to #BeTheChange than to get involved?
Oklahoma Women in Technology is 100% volunteer run and donation funded. We are always in need of ideas, skills and physical support to keep our programming running. Give a little or give a lot. We welcome any time you can give to help this organization and make a notable impact in Oklahoma.
Do you want to play a critical role in closing the gender gap in STEM fields in Oklahoma? You might be a great fit for a leadership role in Oklahoma Women in Technology!
Let’s work together to further women’s impact on technology.
Sound like something you want to be a part of?
Fall & Spring Retreat Committee
Committee members will work under the direction of the Fall Retreat Chair. In this ½ day event, we provide young women the opportunity to interact with technology and professions in the IT field. We give young women an inside look at different career tracks in technology with direct mentoring, presentations by area professionals, and hands-on exposure to technology.
Committee members will work under the direction of the Event Chair. This committee is responsible for obtaining event space, driving the event agenda, procuring food and drinks as needed, greeting event attendants and registering them, and other tasks as needed for each individual unique event.
Committee members will work under the direction of the Membership Chair. This committee helps OKWIT to attract and maintain members, provide welcoming email to new members, and report on membership activity. The membership committee is the first line of contact for membership concerns, questions, and ideas. They also help align members with OKWIT volunteer opportunities.
Communications & Outreach Committee
Committee members will work under the direction of the Communications & Outreach Chair. This committee is responsible for spreading information about OKWIT through our newsletter, social media channels, and in-person events. OKWIT is frequently offered the opportunity to reach out within our community by speaking with local schools, meeting with other like-minded organizations, and attending technology and career fairs. Committee members are involved in volunteering, speaking, and meeting new people to support the organization.
Committee members will work under the direction of the Sponsorship Chair. This committee provides follow-ups to interested partners and sponsors, providing details about the levels of sponsorship, and lining up sponsors for upcoming events in advance. Research corporate prospects via web and print articles. Cultivate donor relationships through correspondence, including writing and sending thank-you letters for all corporate contributions, create sponsorship result reports.