There are several opportunities to volunteer which is flexible to accommodate busy schedules. Join our family of volunteers by asking us about one or more of the following volunteer areas:
Our Mission – To advance and retain women and minorities in cybersecurity.
Code of Conduct – Our members and event attendees adhere to our community Code of Conduct.
As one of the society volunteers, you become part of our global community family. We value your time and appreciate the support you provide through using your time and resources to advance the interests of women and minorities in a cybersecurity career.
Click on the button to submit your application.
People experience much joy and rewards by helping others. Research has shown volunteering increases happiness, decreases depression and builds confidence. 80% of people who volunteer say they feel they have control over their mental health and depression.
Volunteers with a 3 month tenure consisting of 30 hours of volunteering time will receive a complimentary 1-Year WCS2 PRO Membership.
Gain access to our digital learning platforms to build your skills from the comfy of your home.
Expand your network by making new friends, increase your contacts, build your social and relationship skills while connecting with a global community of women in cybersecurity.
Volunteering provides valuable job experience and you'll learn new skills to advance your career. 49% of people who volunteer say that volunteering has helped with their career in the paid job market.
Attending and contributing to society events and activities brings is a fun and easy way to explore your interests and passions.
Work on global initiatives and projects that will have lasting impact to the industry. 95% of people who volunteer say they are helping to make their community a better place.
Are you a woman working in cybersecurity?
Are you interested in a cybersecurity career?
Would you like to learn more about the industry?
Does your organization support increased diversity within the industry?
Do you live in Canada?
Do you support women in STEM?
Are you a woman based organization?
Do you need support to advance your career?
Have you experienced bias?
Have you been harassassed or bullied?
Are you a male advocate?
If any of these statements resonate, you should support the International Women in Cyber Day (IWCD) petition for Canada to recognize September 1st as IWCD.