Volunteer for Women Who Code London!

Why should I volunteer?

Women Who Code is a community run by volunteers. There are numerous benefits of becoming a volunteer, like getting to work with and learn from highly skilled women, and opportunities to improve your technical, communication, and leadership skills.

What are the different projects I can contribute to?

WWC London is currently working on lots of projects and initiatives. You can choose one or more projects that you’re interested in and join the corresponding Slack channel and get involved from there!

  1. Ask me Anything: Career X
  • Post information about bootcamps, training, etc. in the Slack channel
  • Post helpful guides with tips to get a job as a developer
  • Welcome new speakers from other communities to our community
  • Connect us with education opportunities
  • Post information about upcoming conferences
  • Post CFP deadlines
  1. Education Evangelist
  • Post information about bootcamps, trainings, etc.
  • Post popular guides with tips to get jobs in IT
  • Help us to connect with school and universities
  • Connect us with education opportunities
  • Post information about upcoming conferences
  • Post CFP deadlines
  1. LinkedIn Evangelist
  • Repost our activities from Meetup on LinkedIn
  • Repost news from other tech communities and ask them to repost us
  • Ask influencer accounts to share our most important posts
  • Comment on other posts on behalf of the community and help the community to be active
  • Use analytics to strategically inform our social media strategy to help us grow
  1. Twitter Evangelist
  • Repost our activities from Meetup and LinkedIn on Twitter
  • Repost news from other tech communities and ask them to repost us
  • Ask influencer accounts to retweet our most important tweets
  • Comment on other tweets and be active on Twitter
  1. Facebook Evangelist
  • Repost our activities from Meetup and LinkedIn on Facebook
  • Repost news from other tech communities and ask them to repost us
  • Ask influencer accounts to share our most important posts
  • Comment on other posts and be active on Facebook
  1. Java Lead
  • Post information about bootcamps, training, etc.
  • Post popular guides with tips to get a job as a Java Developer
  • Welcome new speakers from the Java London Community to our community
  • Connect us with education opportunities
  • Post information about upcoming conferences
  • Post CFP deadlines
  1. Career Progression Evangelist
  • Search for and share resources about career progression
  • Help organize meetings and events
  • Interview people from different career tracks
  • Organize and participate in mock interviews
  • Organize and participate in mock code challenges
  • Facilitate discussions in the Slack channel
  1. WWC London Blog
  • Post updates on the projects conducted within WWC and WWC London
  • Document how our community grows
  • Share takeaways from the events we organize
  • Share community updates
  • Anything you can think of, this blog is yours to shape
  1. Machine Learning Volunteer
  • A brainstorming meeting (0.5 hours) to discuss the latest machine learning achievements, events, and ideas
  • Create and share posts about our upcoming machine learning events
  • Share related articles and events on social media
  • Write summaries/reading notes of ML tasks and/or interesting ML articles
  • Help run WWLondon’s Machine Learning Slack channel

Testimonials

Nadia Zhuk

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