women engineers code
March 2-4, 2018
WECode (Women Engineers Code) is the largest, student-run Women in Computer Science conference held at Harvard University each winter. We're dedicated to expanding the skills, network, and community of technical women worldwide, bringing together engineers over the course of two amazing days to share ideas and conversations on technology and innovation.
All genders are encouraged to attend! Enjoy empowering keynotes, intimate workshops, and the opportunity to mingle with industry leaders from top tech companies. Expand your network, strengthen your connection to the Women in CS community, and explore new areas of interest.
We'll match you with a Harvard WiCS member for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night. After you fill out the form below, we'll confirm as soon as possible. Please note that, due to limited spots, housing will be provided on a first-come, first-serve basis with consideration of how far you are from Harvard.
WECode is dedicated to making it possible for as many women to attend as possible. If it would be financially difficult for you to attend this conference on your own, please apply for a WECode Scholarship. Scholarships will be awarded at the discretion of the WECode and Harvard WiCS board based on a combination of demonstrated need and personal qualifications.
Volunteer to Host
Harvard students who volunteer to host will be provided with a full ticket discount. Please sign up here with your Harvard College email..
We'll be having four keynotes this year. Look forward to keynote reveals on our Facebook page!
Practical training and hands-on experiences given by engineers from Google, Facebook and other sponsoring companies.
Fifteen-minute TED-Style talks designed to get you up to speed with the latest innovations and inspire you to dream big.
Hour-long conversations led by professionals from one of the following tracks:
A huge thank you to all the sponsors of Harvard Women in CS, who make this conference possible! Special thanks to CS50 for helping photograph the conference this year.