How to Become a DTech Member


DTech Members are part of the friendly and supportive DTech community which has grown to include over 400 undergraduate women studying computer science, engineering and math/statistics at Duke. The DTech Member Program includes:

  • A strong and supportive community of other DTech members with whom you can provide mutual support during your time at Duke and beyond

  • Community-building activities that will help you to get to know other students pursuing a similar course of study

  • Academic support for technical courses

  • Mentorship from DTech alumni working in industry

  • Coaching from experienced DTech staff members

  • Extensive support for technical recruiting

  • DTech Explore, a program to help first years and sophomores get to know each other and learn about different career options

  • Opportunities to develop leadership skills and give back by serving on our Student Exec Board, leading an interest group, speaking at workshops, or serving as mentors or Circle leaders

Expectations of DTech Members

  • Attend at least 2-4 community events each semester. Examples include the fall kick-off event, small group lunches, hikes, company presentations, or interest group events.
  • Give back to the community by looking for opportunities to support other DTech Members and responding promptly to requests for advice or help.