Introducing the new series LWT::Excursion. Let's visit other interesting tech events as a group. Because it's more fun with your crew! You can find people with a common interest, go to talks together and share impressions and inspiration.
Our second excursion will be to the STICKS & STONES LGBT Job & Career Conference.
+++ Register for your free ticket here: http://www.sticks-and-stones.com/kostenlose-tickets/ or http://www.sticks-and-stones.com/free-tickets/
If you are looking for a job, you can also upload your CV and make appointments with employers on the website.
STICKS & STONES is a fun and colorful event with talks, networking and games and always a great opportunity to connect with and find out about companies who actively support diversity.
+++ Event description from the website:
""At STICKS & STONES around 100 companies and organisations are going to be represented at the fair. All employers at STICKS & STONES are committed to an open corporate culture towards LGBT.
In addition to discussions with the exhibitors, you can have professional photos taken for free, participate in our diverse lecture program, get advice from career coaches and browse through the ads on our job wall!
STICKS & STONES is aimed at pupils, students, graduates and job seekers with professional experience.""
""STICKS & STONES is organised by Uhlala GmbH. Since 2009, we have been supporting, promoting and connecting LGBT in their careers, bringing them together with companies and organizations that are appreciating LGBT employees.
We are pursuing this approach with different projects like RAHM – The Global LGBT Leadership Contest & Community, and UNICORNS IN TECH – The Global Tech Community for LGBT and Straight Allies. We also support women in leadership through our PANDA Women Leadership Contest. Uhlala was founded by Stuart B. Cameron.""
How to get there:
With the BVG:
U7, N7, N94 Rathaus Neukölln or
U8, N8, 344 Boddinstr. or
104, 167 Morusstr.
+++ We adhere to the Berlin Code of Conduct (http://berlincodeofconduct.org/) and appreciate your support in working towards a better community."
- This event space is wheelchair accessible, with ADA compliant entrance and restrooms.
- All ages welcome.
- No ID required.
- Read our Code of Conduct: Lesbianswhotech.org/code-of-conduct