All of a our leadership roles are volunteer based. We value our team’s hard work and dedication towards growing the number of women in technology careers in Kansas City.

The Strategic Partnerships Director is responsible for building and maintaining relationships with relevant community partners. This includes user groups, community organizations, and fellow non-profit organizations. This is an administrative and networking role. Responsibilities include: Conducting quarterly surveys across programs for

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The curriculum director is responsible for creating and updating monthly curriculum and coordinating with the Technical Materials Director worksheets. Responsibilities include: Brainstorming and creating new concepts to add to the curriculum Help troubleshoot code/hardware issues that arise Updating project source

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The marketing director is responsible for marketing the Coding & Cupcakes program both to attendees and potential mentors/volunteers by identifying and understanding target markets and planning, developing, and implementing marketing strategies that align with the program’s goals.  Coding & Cupcakes

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The Diversity & Inclusion Director is responsible for executing on the D&I vision of the organization. This role will not only consult on the internal operations of organization efforts to improve D&I, but act as a community liaison to ensure

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Posted 2 months ago

The Community Outreach Director is responsible for managing relationships with the community. Kansas City Women in Technology receives a large number of requests for speakers, mentors, and coaching in regards to technology and women in technology careers. This includes requests

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Posted 2 months ago

The Events Attendee Director is responsible for managing the communications to attendees about events, responding to questions, and soliciting feedback. Responsibilities include: Post events to Eventbrite, KCWiT Website, Meetup, and Community Calendars Manage Attendee check-in and set up a check-in

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The responsibilities of the DjangoGirls Community Outreach Director include: Conduct community outreach in underserved areas Develop a diversity and inclusion outreach plan Attend relevant community events on behalf of the DjangoGirls Team and KCWiT Build relationships with potential community partners

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The responsibilities of the Django Girls Attendee Director include: Manage attendee communications Respond to attendee (applicant) emails and requests Run applicant review meeting All of a our leadership roles are volunteer based. We value our team’s hard work and dedication towards growing

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Posted 4 months ago

The marketing director is responsible for marketing KCWiT events both to attendees and potential speakers/panelists through identifying and understanding target markets and planning, developing, and implementing marketing strategies that align with the event’s goals. Responsibilities include: Export previous attendee information

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Posted 5 months ago

The fundraising director is responsible for helping secure donations and  sponsorships for KCWiT. Responsibilities include: Responding to sponsorship requests Taking potential donors on program tours Managing KCWiT profiles on non-profit sites like Guidestar Ensuring sponsorship terms are followed and websites

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Posted 6 months ago

Mentor Director The mentor director is responsible for recruiting, communicating with, and managing adult and junior mentors for CoderDojoKC. Responsibilities include: Recruiting new mentors (including working with marketing team for campaign development) Sending monthly reminder emails to mentor mailing list

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CoderDojoKC is seeking a Mastery Director.  In this role, you will oversee and ensure our “ninjas” (children 7-17 years old) have mastered the requirements for our various skill awards in various programming languages, such as Scratch, JavaScript, HTML/CSS, etc.   The

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The program director is responsible for coordinating, managing, and running the CoderDojoKC program. This is a technical/speaking/public facing role. Responsibilities include: Running sessions Bringing session materials: instruction sheets/books, stickers, snacks Checking out and bringing laptops, hotspots, and other tech from

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The Presentation Director is responsible for overseeing the presentation portion of the CoderDojoKC program.  CoderDojoKC is a free program offered to kids, 7-17 years old, training them in computer programming languages, such as Scratch, JavaScript, HTML/CSS, etc.  This position is

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The CoderDojoKC Curriculum Director is responsible for creating monthly projects and samples around themes. CoderDojoKC is a free program for kids 7-17 years old.  It’s goal is to teach computer programming languages such as Scratch, JavaScript, HTML/CSS, etc.  Responsibilities include:

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