The ChickTech New York Chapter is relaunching programs in New York metro area for women and girls. You can help. We’re seeking volunteers to be a part of our Leadership Team. Check out the leadership positions below to see how you might be able to help empower girls and women in the New York metro area.

Chapter Lead

The ChickTech New York Chapter is seeking a go-getter on the ground in New York to bring ChickTech programming to life.  ChickTech brings free technology programming to 100 high schools girls in the local area empowering them to explore careers in technology and creates support networks for women in technology. Are you passionate about empowering women & girls in technology? Are you a motivator of people and a get things done kind of person?

The Chapter Lead is expected to:

  • Build, train, and lead a (5+) person leadership team to host ChickTech’s flagship programming –  ChickTech: High School and ChickTech: Career
  • Recruit volunteers to support ChickTech programming
  • Ensure programs are produced efficiently & effectively
  • Foster an atmosphere of collaboration and open source community
  • Find and incubate strategic partnerships and relationships with organizations, schools, and businesses
  • Collaborate with the Operations Lead to manage the Chapter budget, create plans for event expenses, and monitor the Chapter’s fiscal health
  • Ensure the Chapter documents best practices and maintains historical knowledge
  • Be an external voice for ChickTech
  • Carry the vision for the chapter and inspire others to become a part of the ChickTech movement

This volunteer opportunity could be for you if you have:

  • A passion for empowering women & girls
  • A love of technology
  • 2+ years experience planning events
  • 3+ years leading a team of people
  • Experience in the tech world (sales, product development, and customer success welcome!)
  • Strong organizational and project management skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills that establish and maintain credibility and relationships
  • Excellent problem-solving skills, ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing
  • A strategic, tactical thinker
  • The ability to work in a collaborative style and move others to action by planning, motivating and organizing work tasks

Sound like your jam? Contact: Heather McGreevy, Regional Director, heather.mcgreevy@chicktech.org

High School Program Lead

The ChickTech New York Chapter is hosting ChickTech: High School again this year! ChickTech: High School brings free technology programming to 100 high schools girls in the local area empowering them to explore careers in technology. Are you passionate about empowering girls in technology? Are you a motivator of people and a get things done kind of person?

The High School Program Lead is expected to:

  • Find and foster strategic partnerships and relationships with organizations, schools, and businesses to launch the High School Program
  • Project manage the annual High School Program Kickoff and monthly workshops with the help of a High School Program Committee
  • Commit to recruiting (3) High School Program Committee members
  • Be an external voice for ChickTech
  • Carry the vision for the chapter and inspire others to become a part of the ChickTech movement
  • Collaborate with co-lead to determine overall budget and annual planning (with help from HQ as desired)

This volunteer opportunity could be for you if you have:

  • A passion for empowering girls
  • A love of technology
  • 2+ years experience planning events
  • 3+ years leading a team of people
  • Strong organizational and project management skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills that establish and maintain credibility and relationships
  • Excellent problem-solving skills, ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing
  • A strategic, tactical thinker
  • The ability to work in a collaborative style and move others to action by planning, motivating and organizing work tasks

Sound like your jam? Contact: Heather McGreevy, Regional Director, heather.mcgreevy@chicktech.org

High School Workshops Lead

The ChickTech New York Chapter is seeking a go-getter on the ground in Boston to bring ChickTech programming to life.  ChickTech brings free technology programming to 100 high schools girls in the local area empowering them to explore careers in technology and creates support networks for women in technology. Are you passionate about empowering women & girls in technology? Are you a motivator of people and a get things done kind of person? The ChickTech HIgh School Workshops Lead is expected to take the reins on recruiting Workshop Leaders, create a plan for hosting workshops, and ensure all materials are secured to produce planned workshops.

The Workshops Lead is expected to:

  • Secure (7) Workshop Leaders for Cohort Kickoff and Workshop Leaders for monthly workshops
  • Work with the rest of the High School Program Planning Team to host & produce ChickTech’s flagship programming –  ChickTech: High School
  • Secure all materials required for Cohort Kickoff workshops
  • Recruit volunteers to support ChickTech programming
  • Ensure programs are produced efficiently & effectively
  • Foster an atmosphere of collaboration and open source community
  • Find and incubate strategic partnerships and relationships with organizations, schools, and businesses
  • Have experience with teaching, mentoring, or communicating with high schoolers
  • Have a tech expertise they can easily explain to others
  • Be friendly, reliable, committed, and willing to volunteer their time and effort
  • Be an external voice for ChickTech
  • Inspire others to become a part of the ChickTech movement

This volunteer opportunity could be for you if you have:

  • A passion for empowering women & girls
  • A love of technology
  • 2+ years experience planning events
  • 3+ years leading a team of people
  • Experience in the tech world (sales, product development, and customer success welcome!)
  • Strong organizational and project management skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills that establish and maintain credibility and relationships
  • Excellent problem solving skills, ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing
  • A strategic, tactical thinker
  • The ability to work in a collaborative style and move others to action by planning, motivating and organizing work tasks

Sound like your jam? Contact: Heather McGreevy, Regional Director, heather.mcgreevy@chicktech.org

ChickTech is a registered 501(C)3.