Reskill Ukrainian Women
to Tech Jobs Programme
Frequently Asked Questions

The UNHCR says more than 10 million people have fled Ukraine since the Russian offensive began. 


“[…] among first victims of Russian invasion will be working people and that the devastation of jobs, enterprises and livelihoods will be massive and endure for many years,” said Mr. Ryder. 

The head of the International Labour Organization (ILO), Guy Ryder, has highlighted the need to support Ukraine’s workers. 


One of the most important challenges for the  EU will be to find a stable and safe place to work for both blue-collar and white-collars Ukrainian refugees. On the other hand, it is estimated that there is currently a shortage of 250-300 thousand IT experts in Poland alone. 


In response to these challenges brought about by the war, together with Accenture and the Entrepreneurial Women’s Network, we have established the Reskilling Ukrainian women to Tech Jobs Program. It is an opportunity for those directly affected by the war in Ukraine to gain the skills of the future. We believe that by providing them with funding for our courses, recruiting support and giving them mentoring support, we are giving them the opportunity to get an attractive job and thus a chance for a better future.

The amount of data we have is increasing. About everything, coming from multiple sources simultaneously. Year over year, the amount of data is growing by 300%. We know more than we can process. Without specialized tools and skills, the data—that is our most valuable resource—goes untapped. Business Intelligence and the tools that serve it mean that gigabytes of data can be quickly and effectively analyzed, conclusions drawn, and trends predicted. BI knowledge is used in every department of a modern company (controlling, finance, HR, marketing, sales).

The reskilling program for tech and IT jobs, dedicated to Ukrainian women who escaped the war, has a chance to give them a stable and secure jobs, as well as to provide the tech industry with IT specialists who are currently most in demand on the labor market.

  • competency mapping, 
  • intensive IT bootcamp in English, 
  • career consulting and coaching,
  • English in IT course by Eklektika.

Beneficiaries of the program will be able to take a Business Intelligence course.

Minimum requirements:

  • Dual-core processor 2 GHz or more (i3/i5/i7 or AMD equivalent)
  • 4GB of DDR3 RAM memory
  • 250GB HDD +
  • Internet connection of at least 4Mbps download and 0.5Mbps upload speed
  • Operating system Windows 8.1 or newer, macOS Yosemite, current Linux


             Recommended requirements:

  • Quad-core processor 2.5GHz or higher (i5/i7 or AMD equivalent)
  • 8GB of DDR3 RAM memory
  • 250GB SSD +
  • Internet connection of at least 10Mbps download and 1Mbps upload speed
  • Windows 10, macOS Yosemite, current Linux operating system

Our Recruitment Consultant will help participants create a professional CV and work with them to update their profile on LinkedIn. Participants will also be prepared for the interview—tell them what questions they might be asked and explain how to talk about their experience and the knowledge they gained during the course. Additionally, participants will be told how to effectively search for jobs and where to apply.

No, the scholarship will cover 100% of the program.  

The scholarship recipient will receive: competency mapping, career consulting and coaching and English in IT course by Eklektika.

Ukrainian women who escaped the war and who crossed the border with Ukraine after February 24 2022 or already returned to Ukraine, already have work experience (doesn’t have to be IT related), know Excel, and are fluent in English (minimum B2).

To receive the scholarship, interested parties will apply through an online form, which can be found on the program website.

In the second stage, selected individuals will be invited to a one-on-one meeting with a member of the committee. 

  • We are accepting applications for the program until September 7, 2022
  • On September 12, 2022 we will let you know by email if you got to the second stage of recruitment
  • Registration for the recruitment interviews will take place from September 12 to 16, 2022
  • Recruitment interviews will be held from September 19 to 27, 2022
  • On September 29, 2022, we will announce the results
  • October 3, 2022 course starts and will last 12 weeks

Yes, each person who applies for the program will receive a response by email about whether or not they have made it to the second round of recrutation.

The answer about the results of the recruitment will come to each person by email.

Important information: Please check your messages in SPAM as well. 

The bootcamp Business Intelligence will start on October 3, 2022 and last for 12 weeks. 

If you don’t complete the course, you take away the chance of someone who didn’t get in, but could have attended the course and had a chance to find a job in IT. 

After completing the course, the scholarship recipient will receive support from a Future Collars recruitment specialist. The scholarship recipient may also have the opportunity to participate in recruitment at Future Collars business partners.

We can’t give guarantees when it comes to employment, but we believe that the beneficiaries’ commitment to learning and the knowledge and skills each scholarship recipient will gain during the course will allow them to quickly find employment in the IT industry. 

After the course, the scholarship recipient will be able to count on the support of a recruitment specialist at Future Collars, who will evaluate and help improve the resume and prepare for the recruitment process.

Future Collars permanently cooperate with many companies that offer internships or jobs to graduates. Most graduates find their first employment within 3 months of completing their courses. Some even get jobs during the course.

The fund partner cannot provide employment, but if the opportunity arises, some people may be invited to the recruitment process.