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Looking for mentoring gigs? WDCEP made a guide for #dctech

The organization wants to help entrepreneurs make sense of the mentoring opportunities available in the District.

There’s a lot going on in #dctech.
On any given night of the week there tends to be a variety of events taking place, and new, niche Meetup groups pop up every week. Hence efforts like the DMV Startup calendar, the DC Tech Facebook Group, nvite’s new #dctech community events page or even Technical.ly’s own archives to surface that one event or Meetup group you’ve been looking for — as well as the one you didn’t even know you wanted.
The newest effort to catalog #dctech offerings comes from the Washington, DC Economic Partnership (WDCEP). The public-private partnership that promotes development in the District also runs Accelerate DC, a tech mentorship service, so naturally their aggregation is one of mentoring resources.

The D.C. Tech Guide to Startup Mentoring Resources features Accelerate DC and WDCEP’s offerings prominently, as well as a mixture of “additional” resources. This latter list includes a variety of offerings ranging from Women Who Code to Fosterly and 1776.
Read the guide here.

Companies: Women Who Code DC / Washington, DC Economic Partnership / 76 Forward / Fosterly

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