We address the following European challenges
- Youth unemployment
- ICT specialist gap in Europe
- Low involvement of women and girls in digital jobs and ICT professions
The project will directly benefit initially at least 900 young women by providing them with non-formal educational opportunities, and ultimately supporting young people, in general, to benefit from the innovative education. The project solution will help them upskill, with a ‘learning to learn’ attitude, a sense of initiative, and the social skills necessary to find a job. The employment that is anticipated for the young women will also benefit other groups of young people, and other labour market stakeholders like employers, training providers, recruiters, communities and NGOs.