15 Ways to Celebrate Pride Month in the Tech Industry

By: Emily Gregor

Creating an inclusive and supportive learning environment is one of our top priorities at Fullstack Academy and the Grace Hopper Program.

Throughout the year we work to address the tech gender gap and create opportunities for underserved communities to learn essential tech skills that will help them advance their careers and create impact. We believe that taking action to support education can bring about real systemic change.

Pride Month this year looks a little different—instead of in-person gatherings and large-scale parades, we’re using our laptops and phones to celebrate the achievements of the LGBTQ+ community and recognize the impact they’ve had on the world.

Whether you’re interested in joining a tech affinity group or growing your network, check out the resources below to support you no matter where you’re at in your coding journey and keep scrolling to find the events we’ll be attending and promoting all month long. 

Pride Month Tech Event Calendar

June 2, 2020, 3pm ET–4pm ET
Tech LadiesHow to Respond Powerfully to Microaggressions & Unconscious Bias

June 3, 2020, 8pm IDT–9:30pm IDT
PRIDE Meetup: The Facebook approach to Tech

June 9, 2020, 3pm ET–4pm ET
Tech Ladies, How to Build a Successful Affinity Group at Work

June 10, 2020, 7:30pm ET–8:30pm ET
StartOut Chicago, Panel Discussion: Pride Entrepreneurship and Innovation

June 11, 2020, 4:30pm PT–6pm PT
Queer Womxn Founder Talk | SoGal x StartOut

Out in Tech Talks — Career Edition

June 13, 12pm ET–4pm ET 
Out in Tech Talks — Career Edition

June 17, 6pm ET–7pm ET 
Flatiron School, Pride Month: The LGBTQIA+ Experience in Tech: Panel | Online

June 22–26 (various times)
Lesbians Who Tech, (Not IRL) Pride Summit

June 23, 2020, 12pm ET–1pm ET
Leaders with Pride

June 30, 2020, 5:30pm ET–8:30pm ET
Developing Pride 2020

Interested in joining the Fullstack or Grace Hopper community? Learn more at one of our upcoming events!


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