The European Humanities University, a Belarusian university in exile in Vilnius, has launched a mentoring programme under the Women in Tech educational project.
The programme is aimed at women who are already employed in IT and wish to make a career break with the help of a mentor and a like-minded community.
The Women in Tech mentoring programme will help female IT professionals to get a clearer picture of their career options, formulate their goals, design their career plans, get support from the community and find new professional connections.
The Women in Tech mentoring programme is a 3-month programme during which participants will work with a mentor (8-12 personal sessions), share experiences and mutual support with each other in mini groups, develop their soft skills during workshops, meet experienced professionals from the sector and participate in community networking.
The programme will consist of two cohorts, with the first starting as early as 1 November.
The application submission deadline is 23 October.
The Women in Tech project is implemented in partnership with the EHU Gender Studies Centre, with the financial support from the European Union.
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