Black Girls in Tech

Black Girls in Tech was founded with the purpose of becoming a community for black women. It was created to be a safe space where black women can come together, encourage/motivate one another, and help each other on their journey.

Foster an online community

Provide Resources
& Education

Provide Opportunties & Jobs

Empower Black Women In Tech

Our Goals

Our aim is to provide a community, resources, and opportunities to black women in tech and those who want to get into tech. We have a whole team of women dedicated to making this happen.

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BGIT X Cisco Cyber Academy

As a member of the BGIT community you can now sign up to any of the available self-paced courses for free and study online and at your own pace. This initiative is part of our continued mission to provide educational resources to members of the BGIT community worldwide.

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Black Girls In Tech Fest

The Black girls in tech Fest is a networking and recruitment event catered to connecting black talent to reputable companies and networks. The fest focuses on careers within the tech sector and provides recruitment / job opportunities.

More information of BGIT Fest 2023 , coming soon.

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BGIT Bootcamps

Black Girls in Tech presents "BGIT Bootcamps".
We are launching our brand new FREE bootcamps in Frontend Development and UI/UX Design bootcamps which will equip you to go from beginner to industry junior level. With each bootcamp , participates will have the opportunity to interview with / land a junior role with one of our partner companies. Applications close November 12th.


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BGIT X Women In Devops

It’s time to talk pay. For women everywhere, a salary negotiation is about so much more than the paycheque – it’s a psychologically testing pursuit that represents a deep-rooted societal inequity, one that takes real courage to stand up to. Join us on November 24th for an insightful discussion on the complex world of salary negotiation in an exciting collaboration with the fabulous team at Black Girls in Tech.

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Black Girls in Tech: Nigeria

Meet our Black Girls In Tech : Nigeria team who are dedicated to carry out our mission of making technology more accessible to black women in Nigeria by providing resources , education and opportunities. We hosted over 250 young women in our "Tap Into Tech" Conference in lagos, Nigeria in August.

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Our Mentorship Programme

The Black Girls In Tech Mentoring Program is intended to associate black women at all phases of their journey with a mentor, offering encouragement and direction, to help mentees understand their untapped capacity and accomplish individual and expert objectives. Overall, our goal is to support them in manoeuvring within their field.

Mentees will be matched with mentors dependent on various factors including, area, industry, and skills these will be discovered during the process of enrolment.

Mentor applications are now OPEN. Mentee applications will open in January 2023

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Join Our Community.

Our aim is to provide a community, resources, and opportunities for black women in tech and those that want to get into tech.

Resources & Opportunities -  Take a look at our wonderful resources and opportunities available.

Get into Tech -  If you’re looking to get into tech? Let us help you get started on your exciting journey. Feel free to contact us and one of our team members will get back to you.

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Black Girls in Tech :
Recruitment Agency

Black Girls in Tech have launched a recruitment drive under our BGIT Recruitment Agency to help you land your next job. Simply apply via the form and upload your most up to date CV to be added to our recruitment pool. If we find an opening that matches your profile you will be contacted about next steps/potential interviews with our partner companies.

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