Our very first Speaker Night of 2018 is coming and everyone is invited! This time it will be all about female entrepreneurship and female-run startups! As it is our mission to strengthen the eco-system for women in tech and leadership, one of our core focuses is to highlight female founders!
The goal of FTL Programming Courses is to provide you with an easy and comprehensive introduction to programming and to equip you with the fundamental skills necessary to achieve your coding goals.
We are very excited to announce another FTL collaboration with Google! This time, we are hosting a workshop focused on the “Technical Interview” at the Google office in Munich. This workshop will be tailored to both students and industry professionals who have a background in computer science or related subjects/fields. This will be a great opportunity for you to learn about the recruitment process, and how best to prepare for coding interviews at tech companies like Google.
UPDATE (Tuesday, February 27)
Please be advised that emails to all confirmed and registered participants were sent out yesterday. Everyone who applied should have gotten an email from us. If you have not heard anything, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
At FTL, it is our heart to help create and endorse a growing number of female role models, advocate a more equal gender ratio in the start-up and tech scene, and awake an interest in young women to join STEM fields.
At the last two Speaker Nights (one, two), we have welcomed female founders and great women who have shown impressive career paths at renowned companies. We are going to change things up a bit this time. The December Speaker Night will consist of Tech Talks. Our goal is to bring the scientific and technological achievements of outstanding women to light. For that, we have invited two remarkable women who are currently conducting research at the Technical University Munich.
Our “Getting Started with Machine Learning” Hackathon, hosted at Experteer, aims at engaging participants in an intense, two-night event, where teams of four dive into pattern prediction and problem solving. If you’re interested in coding together and learning by doing, or if you’re a seasoned ML guru who wants to contribute, apply today to be a participant or a mentor!
Female Tech Leaders Women in Venture Capital Workshop with coaches from next47 & Unternehmertum Venture Capital Partners
Analysts to Principals from both next47 and Unternehmertum Venture Capital Partners will share their insights into this industry. A general introduction will shed light on what is going on in the VC scene when it comes to women role models. After that follows a hands-on practice session during which you will be able to conduct a short case study to understand what a quick review of a start-up idea may look like. Followed by insights from two women venture capitalists reflecting on their way into the industry and on their careers. Towards the end, there will be a Q&A session.
At Female Tech Leaders, we believe that one of the best ways to get more women to join (and stay) in STEM fields is by exposing them to the leading role models of their industry. Munich does not have a strong female representation of the tech scene yet, but we are here to change that. Join us, as we spend an evening of inspiring talks with three industry experts, then close up with food, drinks and networking!
Silicon Drinkabout is a weekly event series that brings you behind the startup scenes in town and for a special event, Female Tech Leaders is joining forces with our friends at Silicon Drinkabout Munich for a fun night of networking and exchange. Get connected to the community - no matter whether you founded your own startup, work or want to work in the startup ecosystem or think about starting your own business. Feel free to join us :-)
As usual at our events, admission is free. Stay tuned for the ticket link.
Female Tech Leaders is hosting another Public Speaking Workshop, this time with Regina Mehler at mantro GmbH! If you ever wanted to give a talk, but didn’t know where to start, or maybe you’ve even given some keynotes before but want to get additional insight, then this workshop is for you. Whether you are male or female, an experienced speaker, or have never given a talk before, you can apply for a free ticket!
If you ever wanted to give a talk, but didn’t know where to start, or if you’ve given some keynotes before but want to get additional insight, then this workshop is for you. Whether you are male or female, an experienced speaker, or have never given a talk before, you can sign up for a free ticket!
At Female Tech Leaders, we believe that one of the best ways to get more women to join (and stay) in STEM fields is by exposing them to the leading role models of their industry. Munich does not have a strong female representation of the tech scene yet,