Women

Affinity Resources:

  • Advancing Women: A job board made exclusively for women seeking opportunities in tech and diversity.
  • American Business Women’s Association (ABWA): The mission of the American Business Women’s Association is to bring together businesswomen of diverse occupations and to provide opportunities for them to help themselves and others grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support, and national recognition. More than 5,000 business/networking meetings are hosted each year in more than 300 cities across the nation. Join the American Business Women’s Association to start your leadership journey!
  • Association for Women in Science (AWIS): AWIS is a global network that inspires bold leadership, research, and solutions that advance women in STEM, spark innovation, promote organizational success and drive systemic change. AWIS helps women in STEM achieve their full potential through leadership and professional talent development at all career stages and in all workplace settings.
  • Career Access Resource Library (CARL): The CARL system is designed to help you access career-related links and resources useful for career exploration as well as graduate school, internship, and fellowship searches. A great feature of CARL is that users can build a bibliography of relevant links and receive the bibliography via email.
  • Feminist Career Center: The Feminist Jobs Board is a project of the Feminist Majority Foundation, a non-profit committed to educating and mobilizing folks around the political, economic, and social equality of all women. The board provides feminists with a space to find jobs that progress the status of women or encompass their passion for social justice. Since its inception, our jobs board has provided passionate and focused individuals with an affordable method for finding jobs in their regions that suit their career goals. Employers like Planned Parenthood, the American Civil Liberties Union, League of Conservation Voters, and The National Women’s Law Center utilize the board.
  • Financial Women’s Association (FWA): The Financial Women’s Association brings together high achieving professionals from every sector of the financial world. Within the financial services industry, the FWA provides a public forum for examining important contemporary issues in business, finance, governmental policy and civic affairs. From public to private sector, personal to professional life, the Financial Women’s Association offers exciting programs each year designed to broaden horizons and enhance skills.
  • IEEE – Women in Engineering (WIE): IEEE WIE is one of the world’s leaders in changing the face of engineering. Our network connects over 20,000 members in over 100 countries to professional women around the world. IEEE WIE membership gives you access to a global network that advances professional women in technology at all points in their life and career. IEEE WIE members make lifelong friendships, acquire influential mentors and make a difference for the benefit of humanity.
  • National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO): NAWBO is the only dues-based organization representing the interests of all women entrepreneurs across all industries; and with chapters across the country. With far-reaching clout and impact, NAWBO is a one-stop resource to propelling women business owners into greater economic, social and political spheres of power worldwide.
  • National Association of Women MBAs (NAWMBA): The National Association of Women MBAs is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to advancing women into leadership. This is done by partnering with universities and corporations which elevate women in business, providing professional and leadership development opportunities, and offering a strong national network for our members.
  • National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT): NCWIT is a non-profit community that convenes, equips, and unites change leader organizations to increase the meaningful participation of all women — at the intersections of race, ethnicity, class, age, sexual orientation, and disability status — in the influential field of computing, particularly in terms of innovation and development.
  • The Society of Women Engineers (SWE): The Society of Women Engineers is a not-for-profit educational and service organization that empowers women to succeed and advance in the field of engineering, and to be recognized for their life-changing contributions as engineers and leaders. SWE is the driving force that establishes engineering as a highly desirable career for women through an exciting array of training and development programs, networking opportunities, scholarships, and outreach and advocacy activities.
    • USC’s Chapter of SWE: The Society of Women Engineers at USC provides students with a wide variety of opportunities. From future career prospects to precious time volunteering with elementary school children, SWE offers a glimpse into the many roles available within the engineering community. Members will meet a diverse group of women from all types of engineering disciplines and will interact with recruiters and established engineers of prestigious engineering firms. Not only is SWE a chance to start networking with other engineers, but it is a club that helps form lasting bonds among members and grants individuals support, whether it be academic or personal.