WECode 2020
 
 

Our Mission

WECode 2020 seeks to promote community and scholarship for undergraduate women in technology worldwide. We aim to empower young women to bridge the gender gap in sciences through concrete initiatives encouraging women’s scholarship of technical knowledge as well as community-building with peers and mentors. We hope for WECode 2020 to produce a team of women engineers not only equipped with a diverse set of competitive technical skills and social perspective, but also a lifelong network that will enable our attendees to innovate, inspire, and impact the technical communities they participate in.

 
 
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Inspire.



Influence.



Impact.

 
 

FAQ

 

Who is welcome at WECode?

All genders are welcome at WECode! Everyone plays a role in supporting gender diversity. We also offer inclusive hosting with Harvard students. Please reach out to us at harvardwecode@gmail.com with any questions or special needs not addressed in our forms.

Where is the conference?

The conference will be held at Northwest Labs, Harvard University. Registration is on Saturday morning in Northwest Labs, 52 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA 02138.

How do I get to Harvard?

The Northwest Labs is within walking distance of the Harvard Square stop on the Red Line of the T (Boston’s Subway). Parking spots, though few, are available in Harvard Square. A complete map of Harvard's campus can be found here.

Can I be reimbursed for travel?

If covering the cost of travel would be a financial burden for you to attend, please consider applying for a scholarship. Groups are especially encouraged to apply (please submit a single application).

What are hotels in the area? Parking in the area?

A list of hotels within walking distance to Harvard's campus and the conference destination can be found at here. Parking options are available at the hotels listed above and can be found here. Overnight parking may be possible at the Harvard Innovation Lab. Please contact us for further details.

How can I register?

Registration for WECode 2020 will be opening shortly. After filling out the form, you will be redirected to purchase a ticket with Eventbrite. Registration for the hands-on workshops will be posted online and sent to registered conference attendees once the information is finalized.

What are the expenses for the conference?

Registration is $40 with several discounts available. We provide breakfast, lunch and plenty of snacks on both days. Dinner will be your own personal expense. Housing will be on a first come, first serve basis and attendees will be matched with Harvard students free of charge.

Is attendance required for the entire conference?

We hope to see you both days, but if you can’t make it, we understand. There are no discounts for Saturday or Sunday only.

Can high schoolers attend WECode?

Unfortunately, we are not accepting high school students at this time as our conference focuses on undergraduate communities. However, we hope to see you in a few years!

What is the Code of Conduct?

In order to create a positive conference experience, WECode will expect participants to behave in a manner that is welcoming and open to all. Stay tuned for more information regarding our Code of Conduct.