Rails Girls LA April 17-18, 2015

Sponsor Prospectus

Rails Girls is a two-day free event targeted at women to give them a great first experience in software craftmanship. We aim to impart inspiration to get started, tools to understand technology, and an open, supportive community. Rails Girls is not just about programming, it’s about building things. During the workshop, attendees will build their first Ruby on Rails application with help and guidance from their coach. We will also have inspiring lightning talks and exercises.

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Contact
Jen Diamond
thejendiamond@gmail.com

Coaches
50 excellent Ruby on Rails developers who are volunteering their time and expertise

Attendees
100 people, mostly women, who are excited about programming and making things


Sponsorship Packages

Gold – $1000

10 minutes for a representative to speak to everyone.

Your logo on our website with a short description.

Your logo on a banner during the event.

Silver – $500

5 minutes for a representative to speak to everyone.

Your logo on our website with a short description.

Bronze – $250

5 minutes for a representative to speak to everyone.

Your logo on our website.

Other Amount

We are happy to accept
any donation amount
from $5 on up. :)

Thank you for your contribution.


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Our Costs

WiFi

We need to have good wifi for both days so the participants can bundle install, google things, and checkout their first Rails applications.

Tables & Chairs

We have an amazing space but we need tables and chairs so we can program properly.

Breakfast & Lunch

A healthy breakfast and lunch will keep everyone feuled to program through the day without getting grumpy.

Printed Materials

Posters help get the word out to coaches and applications. Printed learning materials assist some of our exercises.

Afterparty Refreshments

After a long day of accomplishing new feats a party is definitely in order. Coaches and attendees can socialize and network.

Swag

Stickers and t-shirts. It's great to have something to remind the attendees to keep their programming interest alive.
Everyone loves swag.