Building a moreInclusive, Empowering, Equitable
57% of all college degrees are awarded to women...
...but only 2% are in computer science and tech disciplines.
“We can’t compete in the digital age if we leave half of the available talent pool sitting on the sidelines. It’s that simple.”
We deliver innovative programs that break down barriers so women can break through in tech education and tech careers.
“...everyone belongs in tech no matter who you are... as long as you’re willing to keep on learning from your mistakes and asking for help.”
Forbes: 5 Simple Things Tech Leaders Should Do In 2022 To Advance Gender Equality
Break Through Tech Founder and Executive Director Judith Spitz shares 5 simple things tech leaders should do this year to close the gender gap in tech.
2021 in Review: Break Through Tech Learns, Grows
For Break Through Tech, 2021 was a year of evolution.
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Chicago has a diverse and growing talent pool and a robust tech ecosystem.
Partnered with The University of Illinois Chicago (UIC)
New York City
New York City is home to more than a half million college students and America’s largest metro economy.
Partnered with City University of New York (CUNY), Cornell Tech
D.C. boasts a unique flavor of tech due to its proximity to federally funded research and development, venture capital funds, and policymakers.
Partnered with George Mason University, University of Maryland, College Park
Forbes calls Miami an "emerging [tech] hub for Latin American without actually being in Latin America."
Partnered with Florida International University (FIU)