AWC National Headquarters: The Association of Women in Computing is an national organization with chapters across the country.
ATW: The Alliance of Technology and Women is a non-profit organization that supports women and men worldwide who share the common interests of empowering women in technology, increasing the number of women in executive roles, and encouraging women and girls to enter technology fields.
Seattle AWIS: The Association for Women in Science is dedicated to achieving equity and full participation for women in science, mathematics, engineering and technology.
Digital Eve: DigitalEve is a "global, non-profit organization for women in new media and digital technology" and has a Seattle Chapter
Google: The search provider and software company Google has partnered with AWCPS by attending our meetings and by hosting two meetings: our upcoming March 2007 Webmaster Tools and April 2006 Ajax in Action.
IGNITE: Inspiring Girls Now in Technology Evolution inspires "girls to consider high-tech as a positive career choice."
Passion Catalyst: Curt Rosengren provides meeting resources.
PTDN: Professional and Technical Diversity Network is a "network of company and professional organization leaders with an interest in promoting workforce diversity."
Puget Sound Center: The mission of the Puget Sound Center is to leverage the power of technology, diversity and leadership to transform teaching and learning.
Seattle Linux Chix: For women who want to expand or share their knowledge of UNIX/Linux.
Society of Women Engineers: supports the "goals of stimulating women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expanding the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrating the value of diversity."
WashTech: Washington Alliance of Technology Workers is an organization of high-tech workers. Offers great courses at reduced rates for AWC members.