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Feb. 22-24 (Boston, MA): Register for WECode, the largest student-run conference for women in computer science, at Harvard University.

Feb. 27 - Mar.1 (New York, NY): Register for the 2019 Roadmap to Billion Conference from Black Women Talk Tech. Apply by February 15 for a chance to win $100,000 in a pitch competition taking place at the event.

Mar. 2 (Global): The 2nd annual Global Diversity CFP Day will host workshops around the world to increase tech speakers from underrepresented communities. 

Mar. 2 - Mar. 31 (Global): Google's Women Techmakers global event series celebrating International Women's Day has a number of events starting March 2 and going for the rest of the month.

Mar. 2 (San Francisco, CA): RSVP for Lesbian Who Tech + Allies’ career fair and career mentoring.

Mar. 4-6 (New York, NY): Apply to participate in Republic Academy, a free 3 day learning and growth event for founders.

Mar. 7 (New York, NY): The Atlantic is hosting an event in NYC on March 7th to discuss inclusion in the workplace.

Mar. 15 (Washington, D.C.): The Spectrum Circle Awards Luncheon for Innovative Women in Tech, Business and Media is a gathering of influential and innovative people to network, engage and learn from each other! Mention "Aleria" for special VIP access and offers.

Mar. 18-21 (Nashville, TN): Business leaders, culture keepers, and industry experts will come together in Nashville to share current research and ideas at WorkHuman.

Apr. 4-6 (Washington, D.C.): blackcomputeHER offers a communal space for Black women in computing to form shared learning experiences and support networks.

May 1 (New York, NY): Register for the 2019 New York Women in Leadership Symposium.

May 9-10 (Santa Rosa, CA): Register for Alice's Circular Summit for female entrepreneurs.

Jun. 5-7 (Atlanta, GA): The REFACTR.TECH conference focuses on nuanced conversations around diversity, inclusion, and intersectionality in tech.

July 29-31 (San Francisco, CA): Attend Culture Amp's Culture First event on Building a Better Workplace.



Feb. 28 (Newark, NJ): Black and Latinx entrepreneurs are invited to apply to Rutgers Center for Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development tech pre-accelerator.

Mar. 13 (Boston, MA): Applications are open for MassChallenge Boston's accelerator program.

Apr. 7 (New York, NY): Techstars NYC and Techstars Impact Accelerator in Austin is accepting applications for its next cohort.



March 1 (Various): Apply for the Ida B. Wells Fellowship promoting diversity in journalism.