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See why IBM is the best place for
women in technology to work.

At IBM, women lead the way.
Successful women are part of our legacy. Here you'll find innovative leadership programs to help accelerate your career, and many more opportunities to develop new skills and contribute to the advancement of your field.

Pursue a career that works with your life.
IBM respects your personal obligations and offers positions that will provide flexibility within your schedule. As you grow within the company, we'll work with you to accommodate your changing needs as best we can. The bottom line: changing careers doesn't have to mean changing employers.

Make a difference in your own way.
IBMers are forward thinkers. We believe that the application of intelligence, reason and science will improve business, society and the human condition. At IBM, you'll be able to seek challenges that improve the world in many ways.

We're one of the best workplaces in the world.
But don't just take our word for it.

IBM has received a wealth of recognition for the opportunities we offer to women.

WITI25 25th Anniversary

IBM is represented by fifteen women in the Women in Technology International (WITI) Hall of Fame.

Anita Borg Institute

In 2011, the Anita Borg Institute ranked IBM as the Top Company for Women in Computing.

CATALYST Changing workplaces. Changing lives.

IBM is a three-time winner of the Catalyst Awards, recognizing innovative approaches for developing women.

Fortune: Most powerful women 2014

In 2014, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty tops Fortune's list of most powerful women in business for the third consecutive year.

Top 10: Working Mother magazine - 100 best companies 2014

For 27 years, Working Mother magazine has named IBM one of its 100 Best Companies. In 2014, we were included in their Best Companies for Multicultural Women.

Move up in
good company.

Mentoring is the key to leadership development at IBM.  Most IBM employees have at least one mentor, starting from the day they join the company, and are paired with more formal and informal mentors throughout their careers. Of the over 220 employee networking groups, more than 50 are for women. Learn about a few of them below.

Women Inventor's Community

This community provides a think-tank environment where small groups of like-minded, globally dispersed IBMers come up with ideas on a range of topics.

IBM Women's Technical Leadership Forum

A network for technical women who are interested in actively helping each other succeed. Find mentors, career guidance and support from IBMers like you.

Relationships and Influence

A mentoring program which focuses on developing leadership and networking skills, setting goals, personal branding and executive presence.

SuperWomen's Group

An inspirational community for the growth and advancement of women IBMers from across all businesses, disciplines and departments.

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