The U.N. is estimating that as many as 4 million people may flee Ukraine. About 90% of the refugees are women.
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 over 1 .3 ml IT specialists in EU and 920 000 unfilled IT positions in USA.
The program is a chance to give 100 Ukrainian women refugees stable and secure jobs tailored to their abilities.
What is more, the program will provide the tech industry with a new source of IT specialists who are currently most in demand on the labor market.
- Competency mapping and assessment,
- Intensive IT bootcamps in English
- Career consulting and coaching
- Mentoring by IT professionals
- Job placement at our Partners like Santander Bank, BNP Paribas and many others
with AWS certificate
of live mentors
- no need to travel
Very good knowledge of English (B2 level minimum)
University degree and work experience (doesn’t need to be in IT)
Passion to learn new things
20-30 hours per week to study
access to computer and internet (we can assist if you don’t have )
Upskill Ukraine Women
IBAN: PL42 1050 1025 1000 0090 8054 3268
Bank name and address: ING Bank Śląski S.A.
ul. Sokolska 34, 40-086 Katowice
Future Collars is a socially engaged company that has been actively advocating for diversity and inclusivity in the workforce from the very beginning. We believe that everyone should have a chance to learn, grow and have job security in the new digital economy. Future Collars, together with its partners, implements its own initiatives to break down barriers in thinking about IT and technology and to help people in difficult professional and life situations to change their career path.
In 2022 Future Collars has started cooperation with Amazon Web Service as an AWS Training Partner, which enables AWS Authorized Instructors to deliver training developed by AWS.
Since it was founded, Future Collars has helped over 3,000 people improve their competitive edge on the job market and start their careers in the IT sector. 67% of our graduates are women.