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To be eligible for membership, any woman or man must be currently or formerly* employed in the cable and telecommunications industry or allied fields.
*Formerly employed are those seeking employment in cable telecommunications, retired, or are strong supporters of the industry.
WICT Rocky Mountain membership is open to employees of cable television companies, including operators, programmers, and suppliers of equipment and services to the cable television industry. Whether you are striving to be more effective in your current position or aspiring to take your career to the next level, WICT provides an array of educational programs and services to meet the needs of the executives, mid-level professionals, entry-level employees and full-time students. If you are in-between careers, you may also qualify for WICT’s transitional membership program to help keep you engaged. We welcome and celebrate diversity in our membership and strive to deliver inclusive programming and speakers.
WICT Rocky Mountain members represent 25 different occupational areas, the top 10 of which, representing 80% of our membership base, are noted below:
Being a part of WICT provides you with a multitude of opportunities to engage with industry peers and leaders, enhance your career, and learn more about the cable, telecommunications and technology industry. WICT Rocky Mountain has more than 800 members from sectors including multisystem operators (MSO’s), 2nd Tier Operators, programmers and suppliers of equipment and services to the cable and telecommunications industry and more. Our chapter was started in 1996 and is open to industry professionals in Colorado, Nebraska, and Utah, and areas not supported by another WICT chapter.
Whether you are new to the industry or have many years of experience, WICT Rocky Mountain offers many important benefits. You’ll broaden your business knowledge, gain more strategic insight into your industry and get exposed to the industry’s top leaders. WICT Rocky Mountain focuses on education, advocacy, and networking, offering programs and events focused on customer relationships, emerging technology, industry trends, personal branding, career management, and more.
Even if you’re new to the industry or early in your career, our educational programs cover industry basics and allow you to meet other women and men in cable and telecommunications at different stages in their careers. Our mentoring program is ideal for those interested in bettering themselves and learning from their peers and superiors.
Professional development: WICT programs are designed to help you sharpen your professional and leadership skills through small-group settings, year-long training programs, self-paced webinars and one-to-one mentoring/coaching. We also offer:
Access: WICT connects you with senior industry leaders who can teach, mentor and inspire you on your career journey.
Networking: WICT provides you opportunities to cultivate new business relationships and learn best practices from industry leaders.
Advocacy: WICT’s PAR Initiative provides an objective measurement of the industry’s performance in delivering:
Learn more about WICT Rocky Mountain’s signature programs and events.
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Did you know that your company might pay for some or all of your WICT membership dues? Be sure to check in with your local HR representative for more details. Comcast and Time Warner are both strong supporters of the WICT mission and as such, very generously cover the cost of WICT membership for their employees. Please visit with your supervisor or HR representative for details.
Executive ($299 annual fee)
Executive members are director and higher professionals. This level includes:
Executive members are voting members and can hold chapter board positions.
Regular ($195 annual fee)
Regular members are mid-level or supervisory level professionals. Regular members are voting members and can hold chapter board positions.
Entry ($85 annual fee)
Entry members are non-salaried professionals with no supervisory or direct budgetary responsibilities. Entry members are non-voting members and cannot hold chapter board positions.
Students ($35 annual fee)
Student members must be enrolled in 6 credit hours at graduate level or 12 credit hours at undergraduate level. Student members are non-voting members and cannot hold chapter board positions.
Additional membership information here.
We also have a Transitional Membership Program for those who have been affected by a layoff or company consolidation, or are in-between jobs.. We offer $100 off our Executive and Regular membership dues to women in such a situation. To take advantage of this transitional discount, contact the membership department of WICT National at email@example.com or call 703.234.9817 or 703.234.9811.
To learn more about membership in WICT Rocky Mountain, contact our member chairs at firstname.lastname@example.org, who can connect you to one of the WICT Rocky Mountain membership chairs.
To become a WICT member, visit the WICT National site.