Ready to make a difference for Omaha’s women technologists and tech entrepreneurs? Apply for the Do Space Women Innovators Fellowship before the application closes on November 1st!

24% - Omaha's tech jobs held by women. 2.2% - 2017 U.S. venture capital dollars received by women founders.

The Do Space Women Innovators Fellowship is a competitive, 6-month experience that will challenge three Fellows to develop new resources and tools to promote the advancement of women technologists and/or tech entrepreneurs in Omaha. Each Do Space Fellow will receive expert mentorship and a $10,000 stipend to bring her big idea to life. This unique opportunity is generously sponsored by Dr. James and Karen Linder.

Fellowship projects will ideally provide real benefit to Omaha’s innovation and creative communities, in part by raising awareness of local challenges and fostering a sense of community. Do Space members will be able to follow the Fellows’ progress through a series of blog posts next year. We’ll also host a public Fellowship Showcase next summer where the Fellows will share their final projects.

Learn more on our Fellowship information page. Share this opportunity with an innovator today!

About Author
Anna Gadzinski, Project Specialist & Executive Assistant
Anna assists Do Space Executive Director Rebecca Stavick with sustainability initiatives and development operations. Born and raised overseas, Anna has a M.A. in International Development and an interest in bridging the digital divide at home and abroad. She enjoys spicy foods and bad puns.