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Powering the Future of Tech

The demand for technology talent is significant and growing.

By 2028, there will be 4 million computing jobs in the U.S., but our colleges and universities are only producing 19% of the graduates needed [Source].

Currently, women account for less than 20% of graduates with degrees in computer science and related disciplines [Source].

Based on foundational research on gender equality in tech, we designed our programming to improve curriculum, build community, and facilitate career access.

Our goals:

  • Increase the number of college women studying computer science and related disciplines.
  • Help them find the confidence, support, and community they need to stay in the field.

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Summer Guild will run during two session: July 10-14 & August 7-11.


Applications are CLOSED.

A free program for students designed to ignite interest in tech by teaching you how to code real-world, mission-driven applications.

Program Participants

First and second-year college women and underrepresented students wondering if computer science and a career in tech is a good fit. No prior experience required

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January 3rd, 2024 - January 24th, 2024

Sprinternship™ Program

Applications are CLOSED.

A paid mini-internship experience in tech and a series of career development workshops.

Program Participants

First and second-year college women at CUNY looking to increase their experience in tech before applying for a summer internship.

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6 Weeks

Career Readiness Program (CaRe)

Applications Closed

Free professional development sessions led by expert facilitators. Receive guidance from industry professionals and build community with other women in tech.

Program Participants

College women at CUNY who are interested in pursuing a career in tech.

Anahi Mayancela

“Break Through Tech has confirmed the ways I think about my future career path because it has opened so many doors of opportunities that I wouldn’t have received if I were not a part of their programs."

Anahi Mayancela she/her
CUNY graduate of Hunter College, Break Through Tech New York alum
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