At TechTogether Boston, we're looking to shape the way women and non-binary people get involved with tech.

We aim to create an inclusive environment to encourage more underrepresented people to either get introduced to the world of technology or harness their skills to create projects of their own.

With the support of our community, sponsors, and industry leaders, we can chip away at the gender gap in technology. From students with non-technical majors who are interested in breaking into tech, to seasoned hackathon veterans looking for help to build out complex, groundbreaking products - we aim to support our hackers.

TTB 2020 Project Highlights

Aurora

A multifaceted program that connects individuals in need of legal aid and guidance with those who share the tools and generosity to assist them. Assisting those who need their help the most, Aurora also has the ability to identify and reach out to local government officials to incite change.

SafeSpace

A tool that helps tackle impostor syndrome and to create a more inclusive space and also provided resources or help to those victimized.

SheNetwork

A platform for women in the tech field to be empowered and connect. We want young women to develop their passion for tech by turning their dreams into a reality--by growing their network.

moodring

Pools together the sentiment of the anonymous thoughts of everyone who uses it—no matter their language—to create a visual representation of the world’s honest emotions over the course of a day.