Balsamiq Sponsorships Update for June 2021
Hi friends of Balsamiq,
We’re happy to share that we are once again partnering with Lesbians Who Tech & Allies to sponsor their Global Pride Summit, taking place June 21-25.
Lesbians Who Tech & Allies is committed to visibility, intersectionality, and changing the face of technology. Their work helps LGBTQ women and non-binary leaders learn how to code and creates community, specific to the needs of LGBTQ women, women of color and non-binary leaders.
We could not be more thrilled to team up for Pride!
“In this summer program you’ll not only learn how they work but actually make your own website from scratch! The camp is free of charge and is open to all students in 7th-9th grades — the only requirements are having a willingness to try new things & an excitement for learning.”
“Kurius about cybersecurity, web development, app development, and university paths? Join Learnathon21, a month-long event which will take place from Saturday, June 19 to Sunday, July 17 where you will have access to a multitude of workshops and giveaways for free!”
“Equalithons are week-long, remote hackathons dedicated to addressing issues related to inequality in the workplace, as well as social and environmental challenges. For Pride Month, 2021, Essteem is organizing an Equalithon for the inclusion of LGBTQ+ in the workplace and LGBTQ+.”
“We have a lot to fix in 2021, our democracy, systemic racism, police brutality, a global pandemic, our climate and so much more. Join 40,000 techies and leaders June 21st – June 25th as we take on these obstacles together, and get to work. We will spend 5 days enhancing our leadership skills, our technical skills as well as ways we can do better as global citizens.”
“Citro Hacks is an all-inclusive online hackathon organized by Citro Tech, a student led organization dedicated to empowering minorities in the tech field. We want to provide a valuable experience for both beginners and advanced coders alike. We have plenty of swag, workshops, and games for attendees to enjoy at no cost. Join us to meet new friends, network with computer science professionals, and build something awesome!”
“Hack3 is a global online hackathon that aims to enable high school students to learn computer science, with a broader message of "everyone can code" targeting underrepresented demographics to improve diversity and inclusion of individuals in the computer technology space.”
“GirlCon is an international tech conference (for students, by students), aiming to empower the next generation of female leaders. The annual event features breakout, professional development, and keynote sessions from numerous companies and backgrounds, giving attendees the opportunity to learn and make connections.”
“Come and join us for two days of virtual talks and an afternoon of workshops focused on the role of content within the design process. Aimed at UX writers, content designers, and anyone responsible for content creation, we’ve lined up some of the best in the business to share their stories, tips and advice.”
“Collaborate Virtual is the free, virtual offering of Nomensa's Bristol conference, Collaborate. Collaborate Virtual will take a deep dive into the art of collaboration and team dynamics to unpick tricky design problems, forge new networks and embrace uncertainty. By elegantly balancing strategy and application, our week-long virtual festival interrogates challenges facing our sector and encourages practitioners to question everything they thought they knew about UX and design.”
“Hack For Inclusion is India's first collegiate hackathon created exclusively for women and non-binary individuals, with a goal of creating a diverse and inclusive environment to pursue innovation. Our conference will feature talks from some of the most experienced and sought after people from the developer community.”
We’ll be back again soon with more exciting event news.