Hey there! We are the Society of Women in Computing which is our name for the ACM-W chapter at the College of William & Mary.
ACM-W supports, celebrates, and advocates for the full engagement of women in all aspects of the computing field. ACM-W provides a wide range of programs and services to ACM members and works to advance the contributions of women in tech in the community at large.
The Society of Women in computing aims to meet the goals of ACM-W and seeks to bridge the gender gap in computing-related fields. We also seek to act as a central organization for women at the college to provide resources and opportunities for women to network, foster relationships and share their experiences in computing.
Roll over an image to check out some of the programs and events we are invovled in on the W&M Campus, the Williamsburg Community, and beyond!
Cypher V is William & Marys’s annual hackathon. It’s a chance for students to come together for three days to learn some new stuff, build cool technologies, and win some sweet prizes. Check out the links below!
SWC is excited to partner with Berkeley Middle School to offer an after-school robotics program for the school’s female students of all grade levels! Students will learn and apply computer science concepts through various coding and robotics projects.
SWC is proud to support W&M students attending the Anita Borg Institute’s annual Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing - the world’s largest gathering of female technologists as we all work together to bridge the gender gap.
Hi! I am a senior majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Mathematics. After graduating, I will be joining Microsoft as a Software Engineer. The SWC community is an amazing space to learn and grow alongside other women in the industry!
Hello! I am a junior majoring in Computer Science and Government. Outside of class, I work for AidData and am heavily involved in the International Relations club. I am so excited to be part of this community of amazing people in tech fields!
Hi! I am a senior majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Art History. I plan to work as a Software Engineer once I graduate. I love being in SWC because it keeps me connected to others like me in my major. It has helped me so much with navigating the tech industry.