As the largest peer-to-peer network for undergraduate, graduate, and early career women in tech, Rewriting the Code (RTC) offers continuous engagement with tech companies, personal and professional skill development, and mentorship. RTC paves the way for sustainable careers, professional advancement, and equal opportunities for the next generation of tech leaders.
Rewriting the Code is disrupting the talent sourcing, identification, and recruitment of students and early professionals in the tech industry. RTC provides companies direct access to an effective and efficient aggregated community of diverse talent from 875+ colleges and universities and 110+ countries. By partnering with RTC, you can attract high-quality talent and help encourage women to pursue a career in technology.
Unfortunately, the quit rate among women in computer science is alarmingly high – only 20% of computer science graduates are women, and this number has stagnated for over a decade. This is also a significant drop in the percentage of females graduating with degrees in computer science since the 1980s when women made up on average, over 30% of the graduating class.