‘Women in IT Career Day’ by Future Collars in the European Digital Skills Awards 2023 final in the category ‘Women in ICT Careers’

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The Polish project "Women in IT Career Day," developed by Future Collars, has been selected as a finalist in the prestigious European Digital Skills Awards 2023 competition. The project was chosen among 330 submissions and received a nomination in the "Women in ICT Careers" category. The ultimate winners will be announced during the awards ceremony, which will take place on June 28th in Brussels.
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The "Women in IT Career Day" is an initiative aimed at supporting women in the technology industry by developing their digital skills and building their professional careers. The project has gained recognition from the European Commission, confirming its significance in promoting women in the IT sector. Future Collars, through its activities and implemented projects, pays special attention to equal opportunities and the potential for success for women in the dynamic and innovative field of technology.

"We are extremely pleased and excited that our project, 'Women in IT Career Day,' has been qualified for the European Digital Skills Awards 2023 finals. This competition is an important event in the digital industry, highlighting the importance of developing digital skills in Europe and promoting innovative and effective initiatives in this area. Being among the finalists is a tremendous honor for us," commented Beata Jarosz, CEO of Future Collars.

The European Digital Skills Awards is a prestigious competition organized by the European Commission, recognizing innovative projects and initiatives related to the development of digital skills in Europe. The competition provides an opportunity for promotion, networking, and collaboration with other leaders and experts in the field of digital skills. Participation in the competition is a significant event in the digital industry, emphasizing the importance of digital skills development in Europe and promoting effective initiatives in this field.

The European Digital Skills Awards recognize projects in various categories, such as digital education, digital skills for businesses, women in the IT industry, digital skills for public sector employees, etc. The competition offers organizations, institutions, entrepreneurs, schools, and other entities a chance to showcase their innovative ideas and achievements in the field of digital skills.

The awards within the European Digital Skills Awards are presented by a jury composed of experts from the technology sector, digital education, and other fields related to the development of digital skills.

For the finalists of the European Digital Skills Awards, this is not only recognition for their work but also an opportunity to promote their projects and establish collaborations with other organizations and institutions operating in the field of digital skills.

The recognition of our project by the European Commission is incredibly important to us, especially in the context of supporting women in the IT industry. The Women in IT Career Day holds immense significance as we aim to develop digital skills and build professional careers for women in the technology sector. We want women to have equal opportunities and possibilities for success in this dynamic and innovative field. Therefore, we particularly appreciate the recognition of our project by the experts associated with the European Digital Skills Awards, which further motivates us to continue our efforts in supporting women on their path to success in the IT industry," commented Joanna Pruszyńska-Witkowska, CEO of Future Collars.

More information about the European Digital Skills Awards can be found on the official website: https://digital-skills-jobs.europa.eu/en/european-digital-skills-awards-2023

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Future Collars is a Polish company operating in the development of digital and technological skills. The company focuses on creating innovative training programs aimed at enhancing digital competencies and supporting professional development in the IT sector. "Women in IT Career Day" is one of their flagship projects, dedicated to promoting and supporting women in the technology industry.

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