Shaking up Tech takes over campus in October

Event hopes to increase amount of women and nonbinary people in field of technology
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Participants of the 2019 Shaking up tech event at Aalto. Image: Mikko Raskinen / Aalto University

Shaking up Tech returns to the campus this fall. Registration for the October 13 event begins on August 1. The event is intended for women and nonbinary people about to make decisions about their future career paths.

Shaking up tech was organized for the last time in 2019 with around 300 participants at Aalto. Also this year, the Aalto event can accommodate a maximum of 300 participants.

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