The Centre for Gender Studies of the European Humanities University (Lithuania), with the financial support of the European Union, has launched a project for women who want to start or boost their career in the IT sector.
The Women in Tech project was initiated by Belarusian women living in different countries for women seeking professional fulfillment in the field of IT. The project offers online training in various areas, including an introduction to the industry.
The project starts with a Women’s forum on 17 September, which can be attended online.
The educational programme Login to Tech starts on 4 October.
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