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Empowering Women in Cloud Computing - Programs and Initiatives from AWS, Azure, and GCP
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Empowering Women in Cloud Computing: Programs and Initiatives from AWS, Azure, and GCP
At Cloud Tech, we believe in the power of diversity and inclusivity in the technology industry. That's why we're proud to highlight some of the programs and initiatives from AWS, Azure, and GCP that are specifically designed to help women advance their careers in cloud computing.
AWS re/Start is a free, full-time, 12-week training program that provides skills training, resume building, and interview preparation to individuals who are unemployed or underemployed and looking to launch a new career in the cloud computing industry. This program is open to everyone, including women, and is designed to help people with little or no experience in IT.
AWS presents CloudUp for her, which is an 8-week, community-based learning program designed specifically for women. Whether you're a student thinking about a career in tech, or a professional looking to re-skill, cross-skill, or simply cloud-curious, this program can help you get started on your cloud computing journey.
The AWS She Builds Tech Skills series is another great resource for women looking to develop their technical skills on the AWS Cloud. With access to the latest training and trends in cloud technology, this program provides hands-on-keyboards learning opportunities in Artificial Intelligence, Modern Applications, DevOps, Machine Learning, Security, Data & Analytics, and more. It's designed to create an inclusive and supportive environment for technical skills development, and features live Q&A with industry experts.
Azure offers a Women in Technology (WIT) initiative, which is focused on creating opportunities for women in technology through community outreach, mentorship, and professional development. This program offers networking opportunities, technical training, career development resources, and more.
GCP offers the Women Techmakers program, which is focused on promoting gender diversity in the technology industry and providing opportunities for women to develop their technical skills. This program offers networking events, mentorship opportunities, scholarships, and other resources to help women advance their careers in technology.
At Cloud Tech, we believe that these programs and initiatives can help women succeed and thrive in the cloud computing industry. By providing access to education, training, mentorship, and networking opportunities, we can create a more diverse and inclusive technology industry that benefits everyone. We encourage women in tech to take advantage of these resources and to continue pursuing their dreams and aspirations in the cloud computing industry.
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