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At this time of the year, we are starting to plan our Fall-Winter events. Here is when we start thinking about the best networking opportunities for our AUTMites. But, why is networking so important? Well, building relationships can be the catalyst factor to making significant progress in your career path as it brings interesting and relevant opportunities your way. Let me start with a simple but extremely valuable form of networking: LinkedIn. By using the connections on this platform, you can reach out to people you don't know for a referral or advice in fields or roles you are interested in. What a simple way to get noticed! Make sure you have a great public profile on your LinkedIn page. Austin Urban Technology Movement (AUTMHQ) provides excellent networking opportunities through our Day in the Life, Horizons, and AUTMTalks by AUTMHQ events. If you want to stay up to date on our upcoming discussions, please subscribe to our newsletter and YouTube channel, and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, of course, Twitter, and TikTok, and you won't miss out on any of these amazing networking opportunities hosted by AUTMHQ! We want to help you to build a great career in tech! Paty Sesma VP of MarCom at AUTMHQ


The Austin Public Library would love to hear your thoughts!

Thinking Beyond the Books Just like our community, libraries are evolving. While we will always have stacks of books, we are also undertaking a new strategic plan for the future of our library system with a focus on resources for community building, education, and creativity that reflect the reasons we love to call Austin home. Your input is a key part of that process.

¡Tu opinión es muy importante! Encuesta en Español 👇


The Equity Chair Workshop Series

📆 Event details:

TNP and CapMetro invite you to The Equity Chair Workshop Series 2-day training (a $200 value).

August 31st 9:00 - 10:00 am: Intro to Inclusive Leadership 10:00 am - 12:30 pm: The Equity Chair Part 1

September 1st 9:00 am - 1:00 pm: The Equity Chair Part 2

About the workshops:

Intro to Inclusive Leadership: This workshop is designed to participants understand the framework of becoming an inclusive leader. Main topics include: White Supremacy Culture Characteristics, Types of Racism, Building a Common Language

The Equity Chair Part 1: This workshop is designed to help participants lead through a cultural conscious perspective. The main topics include Culturally relevant leadership, speaking your truth, diversity, equity, and inclusion values.

The Equity Chair Part 2: This workshop is designed to help participants take active roles as inclusive leaders in order to engage peers and board members in diversity, equity and inclusion practices, and values. Main topics include: Equity strategies to advance racial equity, Navigating Majority Culture, Leaving a Leadership Legacy.

At the end of these workshops, participants will have a better understanding and knowledge base as to how to better serve as leaders, on boards and continue to support our mission as new philanthropists.


Greater Austin STEM Quarterly Networking Forum

📆 Event details:

Tuesday, September 13, 2022, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. CDT at the Education Service Center Region 13 at 5701 Springdale Road, Austin, TX 78723.

About this event

The Greater Austin STEM Ecosystem invites organizations and individuals engaged in STEM outreach, education, workforce development, educational technology, volunteering, and advocacy to connect, network, and share.

Networking Forum Focus: Increasing Blacks & Hispanics in STEM

👉 4:30 p.m. – 4:40 p.m. Welcome, Updates, Announcements 👉 4:40 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Increasing Blacks & Hispanics in STEM 👉 5:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Action Teams Breakout

We will break out into groups based on action teams to facilitate small-group networking and planning.

Network with STEM-engaged organizations and individuals from across the area and learn about the resources available to assist you in your efforts. Connect with programs across the area and learn about upcoming STEM events. And share what you and/or your organization is doing to excite kids about STEM.


Non profit working to expand tech diversity through Bootcamp

Reskill Americans is working to advance diversity in tech, one cohort at a time. Written by Nate Delesline III, Staff Writer on Aug. 28, 2022 Tech industry professionals are working to expand diversity, equity, and inclusion through a recently established non-profit organization focused on software development training, coding, and developing a professional community.

The goal is to provide a pathway for underrepresented minorities to start a career in tech, regardless if a person is a career switcher, underemployed, or unemployed.

Reskill Americans' first 130-person Bootcamp cohort graduated in October 2021. They received mentorship from tech industry professionals, learned from 40 instructors, technical advisors, and project managers, and built 16 full-stack projects. •••••••••••••••••••••••• Check out AUTMHQ's Bootcamps here.


Design it! Move it! Prove it! ...WIN!

Energy Program for Innovation Clusters (EPIC) Prize Round 2. The Office of Technology Transitions EPIC Prize incentivizes incubators that implement high-impact ideas to support energy startups.

The Energy Program for Innovation Clusters (EPIC) Prize recognizes the nation’s most innovative incubators. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Technology Transitions (OTT), the EPIC Prize awards cash prizes to regional incubator teams that submit the most creative and impactful plans, then implement those plans to develop strong clusters, connections, and support for energy startups and entrepreneurs.

Technology startups often require more than just capital to launch, grow, and scale innovations. Incubators are crucial in providing entrepreneurs mentorship, technology validation, business development, connections to manufacturers, and more to strengthen the America’s clean energy future. The prize seeks to address a capital gap in supporting these critical organizations by providing funds to be applied where incubators need them most. Providing capital to enable creative, forward-thinking organizations is necessary to allow these groups to think more expansively about the role of incubators in the broader regional innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystem.


We are ready for Digital Inclusion Week 2022! Woo-hoo!


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