By Karen Bennet Many studies have shown a steep decline of girls entering the technology fields especially computer science and engineering at the university and college level. These studies have also identified that the main issues for retaining and interesting…
By Ted Kritsonis
BlackBerry and musician Alicia Keys are making a final push together for the BlackBerry Scholars Program, an initiative offering four-year scholarships to women entering their first year of university or college this fall.
By Tanya Bennet FUTURE… a six letter word that when combined with “your” seems to pack a punch greater then Mike Tyson. So why is it that when uttered, these words make the average person stop dead in their tracks…
The fact that the app deals with sometimes delicate issues of sexual education was just one of the challenges that co-founders Mary Roka and Jennifer Weidemann encountered.
by Lee Rickwood
Two leading tech industry associations are combining forces to support women as they build their careers in Canada’s media, communications, technology and social media sectors.
by Lee Rickwood
By Hessie Jones It’s evident that social media has become pervasive and has quickly become an integral medium essential to doing business. Corporations are starting to realize that whether they like it or not, the millions of conversations that happen…
By Lee Rickwood
Any serious attempt to develop the next generation of female corporate leaders has its work cut out for it.
By Yasmin Ranade
We all know that in order to get a job we need to “stand out” and show the employer the unique contribution that we can make. But just how is this done? How do we learn to do it? There’s no better way than to get advice from those with rich experience.