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San Diego Coworking, Incubators, Accelerators, and Shared Office Space Map

Looking for Coworking Space or Shared Office Space, in San Diego? San Diego Coworking Alliance is a group of coworking spaces created to connect people and places who want to collaborate.

All Coworking and Flexible Spaces in San Diego

The companies listed below represent 88 coworking and shared office space locations across San Diego. More details will be added soon including an overhaul of the map above.

  • 42 Floors
  • Ansir Innovation Center at ScaleMatrix Launch Center
  • Avanti Workspace
  • Bar Center at 401
  • Bench Space Cowork
  • BioLabs
  • Boxer Lifestyle
  • CH Square Share
  • Collective Impact Center
  • Common Grounds
  • Co-mmunity
  • Connect
  • DeskHub
  • Desk Space
  • Diamond Coworking
  • Downtown Works
  • Encinitas Technology Center
  • Enrich
  • FlexSpace San Diego
  • Get Smart Workspaces
  • Hardihood Coworking
  • Hera Hub
  • Intelligent Office San Diego
  • Ivy Street Coworking
  • Level Office Gaslamp
  • Mesa Rim Coworking
  • Moniker Commons
  • Nest Coworking
  • Ninthlink Co-Working Space
  • Ootbox
  • Outsite
  • Premier Business Centers
  • Regus Office Space
  • Spaces
  • The Basement – UCSD
  • The Bilding
  • The Bloc
  • The Greenhouse
  • The Hive at Leichtag Commons
  • The Muse For Good
  • The Point
  • The Station
  • Ugather
  • Union Cowork
  • University Club
  • VentureBeach Cowork
  • WellSpaces
  • WeWork
  • WorkSpace

AI Center offers start-up office space, access to mentor & entrepreneur community and business & investor resources both local and international, to allow great ideas come to reality. Innovators can utilize our space at minimal investment to establish their early business presence. Through our resources of experienced partners and senior business advisers, small ideas can become the next great business.

Avanti Workspace is a shared office in Carlsbad perfect for a diverse community of startups, independent professionals, and small business teams. What sets Avanti Workspace apart from executive office suites and other co-working spaces, is they offer a flexible workspace designed to fit your unique needs.

Bloc in Solana Beach and Leucadia is a COLLABORATIVE WORKSPACE designed to encourage like-minded people to work together in a creative and motivating professional environment. Bloc’s goal is to not only provide members with an awesome place to hang their shingle but also build a community of people that can brainstorm ideas, pass business around, and of course have some fun every once in a while.

CommonGrounds is a collaborative office workspace in Carlsbad, San Marcos, and Downtown. CommonGrounds serves as an accelerating platform for small businesses to grow and offers an environment that stimulates creativity and productivity in a fun atmosphere.

Co-mmunity in Hillcrest is a hub for small businesses and entrepreneurs of all kinds. Writers, designers, artists, socialites, start-up galore, we encompass and welcome all professionals to Co-mmunity.

Coworking Connection is the perfect place to network and work alongside other professionals in the area. It gives independent professionals the ability to work in a structured environment, without the isolation of a home office and with the ability to meet, collaborate and network with like-minded professionals. Coworking Connection is located in Murrieta.

DeskHub is committed to being the premier network of shared entrepreneurial workspaces in the country. DeskHub has exceptional coworking spaces in Scottsdale, Atlanta, San Diego, Salt Lake City, Phoenix and Portland. You don’t need to be in the biggest cities or at the biggest company to reap the rewards of collaboration, networking and synergy. You just need the right space and the right people.

Downtown Works is more than just a cowork, they exist to help their members accelerate their businesses in an exceptionally designed and innovative space. Downtown Works is for the motivated tech startups, ambitious change-makers, and dedicated entrepreneurs.

Encinitas Technology Center offers cost effective workstations all-inclusive hotdesking or turn-office solution. Encinitas Technology Center is a great opportunity for IT technology start-up or single small business owners including Programmers, Network Engineers, Technical Writers, Graphic Designers, Web Developers and IT technicians.

Hera Hub is a collaboration space for accomplished, like-minded entrepreneurial women. This unique workspace offers and monthly work and meeting space for freelancers, independent consultants, entrepreneurs, and authors. Hera Hub, much like an incubator or think-tank, will give women the resources, community, and visibility to take their business to the next level.

Mesa CoWorking Center allows you to operate your business at a collaborative office within a very short walk of your favorite place to climb, practice yoga, workout, and meet friends!

Outsite is a unique work+play accommodation in Encinitas that caters to the growing community of entrepreneurs, business travelers and digital nomads who are looking for alternatives to uninspired hotels and conference halls.

The San Diego Entrepreneur Center™ (SDEC) in conjunction with the Hive is more than just a coworking space for founders-entrepreneurs, Non-TECH or TECH LEANstartups, incubators, accelerators, consultants, and freelancers. The San Diego Entrepreneur Center provides a platform that is easily accessible and useful for very early stage concept founders-entrepreneurs, small businesses, or startup with little to no revenue who require immediate access to resources and a network of talent. Find SDEC on Meetup.

SMARTSPACE offers an “organic and collaborative” effect within the building and is great for small and start-up businesses which can benefit from being in a dynamic environment where users utilize the skills of the other users located within the building, just as you would in various departments of a company.

Tech Coffee is in informal gathering of entrepreneurs for co-working, sharing, brainstorming, mentoring, etc. and meets every Monday at Specialty’s Cafe & Bakery, Wednesdays at Java Depot in Leucadia and North County Inland in the Poway/Carmel Mountain area and Fridays in South Bay.

Union Coworking Space in North Park supports the development of business and personal relationships by providing work space that is affordable, turn-key, and fun.

The University Club San Diego has all the comforts of home, and all the amenities of your office. With Wi-Fi available in our San Diego business center and throughout the Club, you can work in the peace and quiet of the lounge, in the dining room, or anywhere else you find to be most comfortable and conducive to your productivity.

VentureBeach™ Coworking Space and Collaborative for Startups-Entrepreneurs serves the La Jolla, Bay Park-Morena, Pacific Beach, Mission Beach, Ocean Beach, Point Loma and Sports Arena area. Great for freelancers, startups or small businesses requiring a private team office with furnished worktables that require access to meeting rooms and internet connectivity.

WorkSpace is a shared office space in the heart of the Carlsbad Research Center designed to create a community of startups and professionals in a collaborative atmosphere. With flexible month-to-month agreements or longer term leases for coworking memberships and private offices, WorkSpace can create a custom plan to perfectly fit your company’s needs. IG | FB

WeWork in downtown San Diego offers 90,000-square-feet of private offices (for teams of 1–100+) with glass walls to maintain privacy without sacrificing transparency or natural light. WeWork also offers health care, payment processing, IT support, payroll, legal, educational programs and other kinds of training.

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Regus Office Spaces are ready-to-go workspaces with the widest possible range of complementary support services available on demand, Regus offices give you all you need to start work immediately and offer an efficient alternative to traditional office spaces. Regus offices has 1,800 locations in 100 countries.

Inactive or Infrequent Co-working Spaces TOP

Work at Jelly is a free coworking event which runs every 2nd Monday at Ansir Center. Check SD Tech Scene’s calendar for the next @jellyinsandiego.

San Diego Tech and Startup Related Organizations and Associations TOP

Ad Astra Ventures is specifically tailored to female founders. The team has developed a proprietary framework to support women entrepreneurs.

Apics is the Association of Operations Management Advancing Productivity, Innovation, and Competitive Success.

CONNECT w/ SDVG (Accelerating Innovation in San Diego) is an independent non-profit organization serving the entire San Diego region. Their programs and initiatives continue to evolve in order to fulfill the original mission set out by the founders.

The Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) is a Global business network of 13,000+ leading entrepreneurs in 188 chapters and 58 countries. Founded in 1987 by a group of young entrepreneurs, EO enables business owners to learn from each other, leading to greater business success and an enriched personal life.

EvoNexus is the premier, non-profit incubator in Southern California designed to accelerate the growth and success of emerging technology companies. We provide hands on mentorship, rigorous structured programs, events, and office spaces to our companies for free.

FAB LAB is focused on developing creative learning experiences for people of all ages, and engaging students and community to explore ideas through the use of innovative technology. FAB LAB welcomes anyone interested in discussing or promoting physical fabrication and community-building based on digital techniques (2d cutting and folding, 3d printing and milling, etching, circuits, microprocessors, Web design, etc). (more)

Fōkcus Founders Group is a professional mentorship for entrepreneurs.

Founder Institute is a four month apprenticeship and training program for both new and seasoned entrepreneurs. The Institute prepares founders to lead the next generation of world-class technology companies across a wide range of industries. Weekly company-building sessions are guided by experienced CEOs, and they are held in the evening to allow participants to keep their day job or develop their companies during business hours. All of the program stakeholders, from the participating founders to the experienced CEO Mentors, share in the upside generated by the companies formed during the program. Participants also enjoy free services from three dozen Institute Partners, fundraising opportunities at fair market value, and a teamwork-oriented environment to build a company. On Meetup.com Twitter: @founding Hashtag: #sdfi

Founders List believes that successful companies are a product of a community working together and FoundersList contributes by connecting Founders from the community to the resources they need to become successful. (more info).

Hera LABS is a unique business accelerator for aspiring entrepreneurial women. The program provides female start-ups, in all industries, a safe place to test ideas and grow their business. This is achieved through specialized, Do-It-Yourself, hands-on LABs at Hera Hub (at Hera LABS classroom); making it a one-stop resource for enterprising women to work, connect, and flourish.

Mission Edge provides nonprofit and social enterprise communities with the resources and knowledge necessary to make business processes easier and maximize social impact. If your organization is looking to outsource business activities, gain a better understanding of best practices, or tap into expertise in the community, Mission Edge offers solutions!

Open Source Maker Labs is a high-tech digital fabrication lab in Vista, where members can learn, collaborate, innovate, design, and build almost anything! Makers of all ages and skill levels have access to a wide range of tools, equipment, resources, and workspace.

San Diego ISSA or Information Systems Security Association is an international organization providing educational forums, publications and peer interaction opportunities that enhance the knowledge, skills and professionalism. The primary goal of ISSA is to promote management practices that will ensure availability, integrity and confidentiality of organizational resources.

The San Diego Futures Foundation (SDFF) helps improve access to computers and services. SDFF does this by expanding access to computers and education, youth training, and services for nonprofits.

The San Diego City Technology and Development region has one of the highest concentrations of high-tech companies in the United States, and the third highest concentration of biotech companies in the nation to continue those successes, several organizations have been formed to assist these companies with various issues.

SD MIT Enterprise Forum is about discussing the business issues of leading technology companies in a public forum where we all learn about how to keep innovative technology companies running straight and fast! We use a case study method to uncover valuable insights about presenting companies.

San Diego Sport Innovators started within the CONNECT organization. Recognizing San Diego’s thriving sports industry as a growing vertical in the region, CONNECT SI was formed to create a central platform that brought businesses, entrepreneurs, research, resources and ideas together to move the industry forward.

San Diego Tech Hub represents a movement aimed at changing the perception of the San Diego tech ecosystem. It’s focus is to be a conduit for change connecting businesses, organizations, and individuals, leveraging their resources and talents to build a stronger San Diego tech community through collaboration.

Plug and Play Accelerator San Diego’s goal is to help develop great companies that will ultimately further produce an entrepreneurial culture in San Diego. Plug and Play offers structured workshops, speaker series, mentorship sessions and active coaching, where tech entrepreneurs will crystallize their ideas and business plans, build out their business model and prototypes as well as present their refined pitches to VCs and angel investors.

SCALE San Diego sits at the hub of private industry, public organizations, academia, and the City of San Diego. Our mission is to bridge the gap between urban challenges and technology by relying on the best talent and technology tools.

StartupCircle is an Entrepreneur community focused on Innovation, Collaboration, Contribution and Trust. A 1500+ member organization, StartupCircle is dedicated to bringing together Entrepreneurs, Industry Experts, Sponsors, Investors and Resources.

Startup San Diego is the official Non-Profit Organization to support individuals building startups in San Diego, to represent the interests of entrepreneurs, celebrate successes, and foster a cohesive and collaborative community.

TechAmerica, formerly AeA, one of the most active high tech trade associations in the region.

Tech San Diego has provided a unifying voice for San Diego’s technology community, fostering growth and business acceleration through collaborations between industry, education, and government. We support members from all sectors of the technology industry, including cybersecurity, big data, robotics, SaaS, biotech/healthcare, Internet of Things, defense, telecom and more.

ThinkTank Innovation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit innovation district designed to help entrepreneurs understand the requirements to be an entrepreneur, educate them on the building blocks of founding and running an early-stage, technology driven business and connecting them with the resources, expertise and network to reach scale.

Wireless Health Hub is new startup community located in North San Diego County, in the City of San Marcos, California and supports entrepreneurs with intensive, industry-specific, mentorship-driven 90-day Seed Accelerator programs to get startups though the crucial early stages of launching a company.

The ZIP Launchpad helps SDSU students, faculty, and staff launch a startup from their early stage idea. It strives to provide a transformational experience to complement SDSU education and launch successful startups into the community.

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Hatch Magazine is a San Diego publication launched in 2017 and is all about science, technology, business, and cool stories about San Diego.

San Diego Business Journal delivers the market’s most complete package of business news and information weekly on San Diego County’s companies, industries and business people.

socalTECH.com provides up to date news and information about high tech companies in Southern California, including interviews, a calendar of local events, and a database of technology firms in the region.

Tech Cocktail reports on the latest technology news and conduct in-depth product research to offer impartial buying advice, guides and practical resources.

Techstars Startup Digest works with the best local curators to bring the most relevant content from the world of startups.

TEDxSanDiego brings together a collection of doers and thinkers, innovators and creatives, explorers and visionaries, teachers and learners, then seeks to illuminate, inspire and activate those individuals as a way to expand horizons, change perceptions, incite action and foster new connections.

The Daily Transcript is based in San Diego and published each business day. It reports general news items and San Diego commercial real estate and business.

The San Diego Union-Tribune is San Diego’s largest media company and its oldest business, dating back to the founding of the Union in 1868.

Times of San Diego is an independent, online news site covering the fifth most populous county in the United States.

Voice of San Diego is a nonprofit news organization founded in 2005 by Union-Tribune columnist Neil Morgan and entrepreneur Buzz Woolley because they felt the region needed more reporting, analysis and journalistic competition.

Xconomy is dedicated to providing business and technology leaders with timely, insightful, close-to-the-scene information about the local personalities, companies, and technological trends that best exemplify today’s high-tech economy.

Clean and Green Tech TOP

Cleantech San Diego is a member-based trade organization that positions the greater San Diego region as a global leader in the cleantech economy and smart cities movement. As a nonprofit organization, it is uniquely suited to support the cleantech industry by fostering collaborations across the private-public-academic landscape, leading advocacy efforts to promote cleantech priorities, and encouraging investment in the San Diego region.

LaunchBio is a nonprofit organization that identifies, counsels, and supports high-growth, high-impact life science and biotechnology companies. Its mission is to build an ecosystem of innovation for the benefit of human health and well-being.

Recycle San Diego will keep your company EPA (and/or DTSC) compliant by providing proof that your e-waste was disposed of properly. By using RSD’s services, you will be protecting yourself from violating any e-waste disposal laws, and potentially getting fines of up to $20,000 per e-waste item.

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American Medical Writers Association‘s mission is to promote excellence in medical communication and to provide educational resources in support of that goal.

AngelHack was founded on the idea of bringing creators together. It’s first project was a Hackathon – a space where founders could meet, developers could discover opportunities, and entrepreneurs could shape their ideas into reality.

APICS San Diego Chapter is the premier professional association for supply chain and operations management and the leading provider of research, education and certification programs that elevate supply chain excellence, innovation and resilience.

AWIS-SD provides support for women scientists throughout the county through scholarship program and special science fair awards.

The Basement is UC San Diego’s campus-wide innovation and entrepreneurial hub dedicated to supporting all students. Alumni, postdocs, faculty, staff and community members can also connect with The Basement through its various open access event programs.

Biocom works on behalf of over 1,100 members to drive public policy, build an enviable network of industry leaders, create access to capital, introduce cutting-edge workforce development and STEM education programs, and create robust value-driven purchasing programs.

The Brink is part of the San Diego & Imperial Small Business Development Center Network, which is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the US Small Business Administration. SBDCs are a national program that serves small businesses (for-profit enterprises with fewer than 500 employees).

The California Business Incentives Gateway (CBIG) is a groundbreaking tool from the State Treasurer’s Office that brings together all of the state and local business development incentives to a single access point.

The Centers for Applied Competitive Technologies at San Diego City College offers technology education, manufacturing training, and consulting services that contribute to continuous workforce development, technology deployment and business development.

The Center for International Trade Development online training system provides access to self-paced learning modules on a variety of export-related topics, from assessing your export readiness to market research and documentation. There is no cost to access and take the lessons.

CodeDay San Diego is a worldwide event where student programmers, artists, musicians, actors, and everyone else can get together and build apps & games for 24 hours.

Fab Lab San Diego is one part of a large network of Labs across the world. These labs are production workshops and small-scale innovation hubs equipped with digital fabrication machines and technologies for the production of objects, tools and electronics.

Fermanian School of Business PLNU is committed to continuous and transparent alignment of our curriculum with the highest national standards.

Fōkcus, capstone collaborations ensure a healthy foundation through planning, storytelling and execution with master startup mechanics.

Girl Develop It is a nonprofit organization that exists to provide affordable and judgment-free opportunities for women interested in learning web and software development. Through in-person classes and community support, Girl Develop It helps women of diverse backgrounds achieve their technology goals and build confidence in their careers and their every day lives.

Girls Who Code is on a mission to close the gender gap in technology and to change the image of what a programmer looks like and does.

The Government Training Agency was created to provide high quality training and organization development consulting services to public agencies at a reasonable cost and to assist the parties of the agreement in their efforts to develop and implement employee training programs, including the holding of seminars, training institutes and other education courses.

ISACA San Diego‘s goal is to offer continued professional education and training for chapter members in information systems audit, governance, risk management, privacy and security.

Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation fosters a thriving community envisioned and realized by its residents. It’s vision is to be part of a caring community where people are responsible to each other, where all cultures are embraced, where sustaining resources are in place for a vibrant economy, and where residents create the future they envision.

The Lavin Entrepreneurship Center at San Diego State University serves SDSU students, entrepreneurs and business leaders through entrepreneurial curriculum, workshops, internships, resources and events.

LEARN Academy have over 200 graduates, and still counting. Join the original dev bootcamp in San Diego and become one of them!

MAAC Project maximizes self-sufficiency with families and individuals through high-quality programs and advocacy in the communities.

The MIT Enterprise Forum San Diego creates education and networking programs, building a community for business leaders, technologists, entrepreneurs, capital and service providers.

Open Source Maker Labs is a high-tech digital fabrication lab, where members can learn, collaborate, innovate, design, and build almost anything! Makers have access to a wide range of tools, equipment, resources, and workspace. Our space also provides an open environment where our members can gain inspiration and skills from each other.

PMI- San Diego was formed and chartered in 1986. It’s primary mission is to enable members to achieve project management excellence by enhancing expertise through project management education and training, supporting professional credentials, and promoting association with project professionals.

The Rady School of Management develops ethical and entrepreneurial leaders who make a positive impact in the world through innovation, collaboration and knowledge.

San Diego Continuing Education commits to student success and community enrichment by providing accessible, equitable, and innovative quality education and support services to diverse adult learners in pursuit of lifelong learning, training, career advancement, and pathways to college.

The San Diego Entrepreneurs Exchange (SDEE) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization run by local entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs and pre-entrepreneurs interested in Life Sciences, Biotech, Pharma, Medical Devices, Tech and Alternative Energy.

San Diego Futures Foundation believes to fuel San Diego’s workforce and economic development by providing resources that assist individuals and communities navigate their digital world with repurposed computers and educational programs that promote digital literacy.

San Diego Inbound Marketing Meetups & Workshops are a group of Inbound Marketers pushing the world of marketing forward by building content that attracts users instead of interrupting their web experience and aims to provide free and low cost education to the local San Diego professional community.

The San Diego Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) is an international organization providing educational forums, publications and peer interaction opportunities that enhance the knowledge, skills and professionalism of our members and the information security community at large. The primary goal of ISSA is to promote management practices that will ensure availability, integrity and confidentiality of organizational resources.

SCORE San Diego is the premier source of free small business advice for entrepreneurs, a volunteer, non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the success of small business in both San Diego and Imperial Counties.

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) San Diego Section is a not-for-profit educational and service organization that empowers women to succeed and advance in the field of engineering, and to be recognized for their life-changing contributions as engineers and leaders.

Tech San Diego has provided a unifying voice for San Diego’s technology community, fostering growth and business acceleration through collaborations between industry, education, and government. It supports members from all sectors of the technology industry, including cybersecurity, big data, robotics, SaaS, biotech/healthcare, Internet of Things, defense, telecom and more.

The USD Entrepreneurship is part of the University of San Diego School of Business. Its mission is to inspire, encourage, and develop the entrepreneurial spirit within students attending USD, the San Diego regional universities, and international neighbors.

The USD School of Business is committed to developing socially responsible leaders with a global mindset through academically rigorous, relevant and values-based education and research.

7CTOs‘ singular focus is to build the world’s best Chief Technology Officers through building close-knit communities of CTOs in cities across the USA.

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http://sdvg.org/ (San Diego Venture Group)

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New Media Rights is a San Diego organization which helps the public learn more about new media. They engage with online creators everyday to offer them free legal assistance on copyright law and online publishing.

http://www.ichapter.net/ Web-Based Solutions for Membership and Reservations Management supporting Non-Profits!

Media Arts Center promotes access to film and video as tools for community self-expression and social change and supports the professional development of media artists.

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Women In Tech TOP

  • Athena San Diego promotes professional growth for women executives and rising managers in science and technology.
  • Women in Technology International – San Diego | Website | Facebook | Twitter

San Diego Tech Military Organizations TOP

San Diego Regional EDC defense cluster continues to play a critical role in the region’s innovation and military economy and the United States’ national security priorities. San Diego is home to the largest concentration of military assets in the world and the largest federal military workforce in the country.

Society of American Military Engineers is the only nonprofit professional engineering education organization that actively promotes the advancement of both individual technical knowledge and the collective engineering capabilities of governments, the uniformed services and private industry.

San Diego Vets Startup Organizations TOP

The SoCal Veterans Business Outreach Center (VBOC) program is designed to provide entrepreneurial development services such as business training, counseling, mentoring, and referrals for eligible veterans owning or considering starting a small business enterprise.

San Diego Vets Entrepreneurs Organizations TOP

Veterans Chamber of Commerce empower Individuals and Organizations who have ideas or programs that positively impact the lives of veterans and their families.

The San Diego Entrepreneurs Exchange (SDEE) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization run by local entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs and pre-entrepreneurs interested in Life Sciences, Biotech, Pharma, Medical Devices, Tech and Alternative Energy.

The San Diego Veterans Coalition was organized in 2012, using the Collective Impact Model, and is a premier San Diego County-wide monthly convener of over 150 unique member and participating organizations, businesses, and agencies, as well as convening many of that body in our four action groups, and other activities and events. The Collective Impact Model is based on leveraging relationships with other veteran and family serving organizations so that we may provide veterans and their families with a complete array of services and other opportunities.

San Diego Diversity Tech Organizations TOP

HTH has evolved into an integrated network of fourteen charter schools serving approximately 5,350 students in grades K-12 across four campuses. The HTH organization also includes a comprehensive adult learning environment including a Teacher Credentialing Program and the High Tech High Graduate School of Education, offering professional development opportunities serving national and international educators.

San Diego Diversity Entrepreneurs Organizations TOP

The SDEBA exists to support and grow LGBTQA+ businesses throughout San Diego County.

The Entrepreneurs’ Organization San Diego is a global, peer-to-peer network of more than 14,000+ influential business owners with 188 chapters in 58 countries. Founded in 1987, EO is the catalyst that enables leading entrepreneurs to learn and grow, leading to greater success in business and beyond.

StartR Inclusion (formerly mystartupXX)’s mission is to nurture the next generation of founders and technology companies through mentorship, education and funding.

San Diego Tech Social Enterprise Organizations TOP

Social Enterprise Accelerator & Impact Lab (SAIL) provides a rich curriculum with content, tools, workshops, and lectures that help social entrepreneurs build and test their idea. Mission Edge empowers SAIL participants to assess opportunities, build a business model, test and validate ideas, launch, and pitch revenue-generating products and services.

WIT (Whatever It Takes) provides teens “real world” entreprenuer education and opportunities with 6 unit college credit social entrepreneur and leadership program, and teen-only hackathons.

San Diego Tech Women Organizations TOP

WITI San Diego provides a local forum for women to network with each other, forge connections, share resources and discover opportunities in the technology industry.

Django Girls believe that IT industry will greatly benefit from bringing more women into technology and wants to give you an opportunity to learn how to program and become one of them — women programmers!

San Diego Entrepreneurs Women Organizations TOP

Women in Business San Diego is a “no guilt” group of fun, professional, hard-working women who like to get together to connect and socialize.

The National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) is the voice of America’s 10.6 million women-owned businesses. Since 1975, NAWBO has helped women evolve their businesses by sharing resources and providing a single voice to shape economic and public policy.

The San Diego & Imperial Women’s Business Center (WBC) works to secure ECONOMIC JUSTICE and ENTREPRENEURIAL OPPORTUNITIES for women by providing TRAINING, MENTORING, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT and FINANCING opportunities to WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS throughout San Diego and Imperial Counties.

eWomenNetwork is the premier resource for Women Entrepreneurs! There is no other networking opportunities that are as effective as eWomenNetwork.

San Diego Tech Girls Organizations TOP

Girls Inc. of San Diego County delivers life-changing programs and experiences that equip girls to overcome serious barriers to grow up strong, smart, and bold.

All Girls STEM Society is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

San Diego Coding Schools Organizations TOP

San Diego Code School have restructured 8 week Front End Web Dev program to operate on a new model of Mob Programming and blended learning. Rather than traditional classrooms with stressful deadlines and long lectures, from day one you will work as a team to tackle learning and communicating technically to solve real-world problems.

LEARN​ Academy is one of the ​best San Diego coding bootcamp​s that can help you start your new career. Learn how to code and master your programming skills with the help of our expert instructors.

The League of Amazing Programmers is a non-profit school teaching programming to kids in 5th – 12th grade. Its after-school/weekend classes meet year round to prepare kids for the science and technology careers of the 21st century.

San Diego Continuing Education commits to student success and community enrichment by providing accessible, equitable, and innovative quality education and support services to diverse adult learners in pursuit of lifelong learning, training, career advancement, and pathways to college.

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