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Calling all creators and dataviz enthusiasts! It’s time to show off your skills in our Astrato GoodViz Challenge – and this time, we’re putting a spotlight on gender bias. The goal of this challenge is to encourage more #DataForGood initiatives, and raise awareness of important causes around the world.
Plus, we get to show off the incredible talent in our Astrato Community! And the best news… The winning entry will receive a $1,000 prize ?It’s up to you whether you hang on to the prize money or donate some or all of it to charity.
If you think you’ve got what it takes, then read on!
*Prize money is subject to change based on local currency and can be claimed in vouchers to your favorite stores** and/or donated to charity. If you choose to make a charitable donation, you may use all or part of your prize money to do so.
**We are happy to offer vouchers for most stores, so long as they allow for the purchase of online gift certificates. We reserve the right to research any stores before purchasing vouchers and may refuse to support stores that are deemed to be offensive or inappropriate.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it…
You work for a large, multinational manufacturing company with a successful graduate internship program, designed to give young people an opportunity to gain work experience in their chosen field.
You’ve been contributing to the program as an on-campus recruiter, and you’ve noticed that applications from female students are consistently low. So, you’ve formed a taskforce dedicated to recruiting female graduates to join the company’s many engineering and computer science-focused teams.
Now, your job is to build a compelling, interesting dashboard that you can present to your company’s leadership to make the case for investing in this worthy and significant program!
If you decide to donate all or part of your prize to a charity who support women in STEM – or if you’d like to make a contribution of your own! – we’ve selected a few of our favorite charities:
https://girlsintech.org/ – Girls in Tech is a nonprofit organization dedicated to eliminating the gender gap in tech. We have more than 60,000 members in 50+ chapters around the world. (Supported 5K+ Entrepreneurs, 59K+ participants in hackatjon series, 75K+ participants in coding, design, startup bootcamps).
https://www.womenwhocode.com/ – Supports women to excel in their tech careers by providing coding resources, leadership opportunities, global community, job board, and scholarships.
https://girlswhocode.com/ – Girls Who Code is an international nonprofit organization that aims to support and increase the number of women in computer science. The organization works toward closing the gender employment difference in computing.
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