The Indiana University Center of Excellence for Women in Technology, or CEWiT, will host its fifth annual summit March 23-24. It is open to attendees of all experience levels and majors, including Bloomington community members not affiliated with the university.
The summit offers breakout workshops, networking, an awards banquet and a keynote presentation from Blair Milo, the state of Indiana’s secretary of career connections and talent. The summit’s schedule is available online.
The cost to attend is $20. Those who are unable to pay can request a scholarship by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Online registration is required by midnight, March 20. On-site registration will also be available.