At WithYouWithMe, we are firmly committed  to levelling up participation  of women in the tech workforce.

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Supporting more women to start a tech career

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WithYouWithMe’s Women in Tech Program aims to help more women realise the potential they have to excel at a rewarding technology career.

Currently, women only hold between 17 – 27%* of roles in the tech sector (*average rate across the markets in which we operate).

We are firmly focussed on levelling this number up by increasing female participation in the tech workforce.

WithYouWithMe helps women overcome traditional barriers to employment and break into high-paying, high-demand tech roles by providing free role matching, tech training and job placement.

Whether you are new to technology or already a tech professional, our aim is to give you the opportunity to find a tech career that rewards you and allows you to create a meaningful impact.
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How it works

The first step is to take our online self-paced assessments, which will generate a comprehensive report covering your unique skills, aptitude, learning style and ideal cultural fit.

From there, we’ll recommend some high-demand tech roles you would naturally excel at – and give you access to our free, industry accredited training.

You can speak to a member of our team or one of our female tech leaders at any time for personal support and guidance.

Finally, once you have completed your training, we have a global network of like-minded partners who are looking to employ talent just like you into their teams – and we’ll guide you through this process.

If you are ready to see what tech roles await you, sign up to our Women in Tech Program.
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WithYouWithMe is a Global Accredited Partner of the SFIA Foundation

The Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA) Foundation produces the industry-recognised global skills and competency framework for the digital world. It defines the skills required by business and technology professionals at every level to design, implement, manage and protect data and technology.

Find out more about the SFIA framework →

See our program in action

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Trailblazer Sally Walker reveals her unique journey from GCHQ to WYWM

Former British intelligence director Sally Walker shares the story behind her rapid rise in GCHQ, the difficult decision to leave, and what she's learnt about creating a meaningful career.

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AFR article - Indie Fernando

Australian Financial Review

Meet the teenager with no degree who landed a job at Macquarie

Indie Fernando never considered a career in technology while growing up, yet less than two years after finishing high school, she is working full-time in a tech role at Macquarie Bank – and without a university degree to boot.

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People Management

Less than a third of employers have mandated interview training around inclusivity

Under-represented individuals – including women, neurodivergent and veterans – are at a serious disadvantage when it comes to applying for jobs due to poor candidate screening, a report has found.

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Service and Beyond Podcast

Her journey: From nurse to VP for Aussie tech company

As a military spouse of over 20 years and a registered nurse, Javiera Soto was always curious about a tech career. She took a leap of faith and joined the WithYouWithMe tribe – and now works with organisations across Australia to promote more women into tech roles.

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Scarlett McDermott

Australian Women in Security Magazine

Her journey to CTO

Go on the career journey of Scarlett McDermott, who had a passion to build a career in tech, starting off in Cyber, rising to become a CTO, and now working as a senior advisor to tech companies.

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Women in Digital Q&A

Women in Digital

Skills for the Future: Q&A with WYWM

The Women in Digital team recently interviewed Cia Kouparitsas on the WYWM Women in Tech program and why it’s so important to support more women into tech careers.

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If you can see it, you can be it

Sally Walker

Sally Walker, an Advisor on the WithYouWithMe Board, is a fierce advocate for women in tech. As the former Director of GCHQ, Sally has held one of most important tech leadership roles in the world. Here, she discusses why we need more women in Cyber. To join Sally and countless other women kicking goals in the tech sector, sign up to our program today.

Cathy Quashi

Cyber security is even more important in these uncertain times and it’s an area that more women need to consider as a career. Kathy-Ann Quashie, Capita’s Chief Growth Officer, shares why creating a diverse team and including partners such as WithYouWithMe helps deliver better outcomes.

Our awards

Our Women in Tech program has been recognised by leading industry bodies for making an impact. Join a growing global community of women forging exciting careers in tech – sign up today.
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Join our WithWomen community

Our WithWomen in Tech community is on LinkedIn and growing everyday. Connect with us to join events, contribute to discussions, access resources and receive guidance from industry mentors.

Alternatively, if you’d like to jump straight in and start your career in tech, sign up to our Program today.

Our user success stories

Become one of our success stories – sign up today.
Carly Owens

Meet Carly Owens

Due to her Partner's military deployments, Carly and her family have relocated eight times in 12 years. Finding work was challenging. Carly had a decent work-life balance when she worked casually as a retail merchandiser, but she wanted more than just a job. Carly wanted flexible, intellectually stimulating work. After completing WithYouWithMe's AWS Cloud Practitioner course, Carly was offered a short work assignment by Accenture. BAE hired her next.

Carly trained in Cyber Security and helpdesk analytics through WithYouWithMe before joining BAE in 2022. As an Information Security Specialist, she supervises a BAE "technology Squad." Carly's role as BAE Team Leader has helped her grow as a leader and mentor her squad.  Carly loves working for BAE. "I'm motivated to surpass objectives and enjoy learning current information security skills and technology upgrades."  Carly can be more present with her kids and take her job with her if she relocates.

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