The Projector Institute is launching a fund to train displaced women
The Projector Institute team is launching the Projector Creative & Tech Foundation to train 5,000 Ukrainian women who have temporarily left their hometowns in new professions in the creative and IT industries.
To launch the fund, Projector is creating an international fundraising (fundraising) program to raise financial support for 5,000 scholarships over 2022. For its part, the Projector Institute invests $ 500,000 in the fund and covers 10% of each scholarship. These funds will be spent on the creation and launch of 10 short intensive programs, after which you can start a new career path. Among the programs - Interface Designer, Graphic Design, Project Management, SEO Specialist, PPC Specialist, Motion Design, Data Scientist, Data Analyst, in development - FrontEnd Developer and QA Specialist.
The Projector Foundation will also provide career support - access to the vacancy database, communication with potential tech companies, consultations on writing a resume, passing an interview, etc.
A Ukrainian woman who has lost her job due to the war and is forced to change her place of residence, who wants to start learning a new creative or tech profession and speaks English at least Intermediate can apply for a scholarship. You can fill out the form here. The fund will accept applications in several stages. Acceptance of applications for the first stage lasts from April 6 to April 26, 2022.
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