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BigAmbition, is a revolutionary programme whose primary strategy is to attract teenagers towards education and careers within the IT sector.

The initiative focuses on helping 14-19 year olds make informed choices in an inspiring and accessible way – stimulating demand among young people for technology-related degrees and careers plus improving the gender imbalance in IT.

publicado el:09/04/15

Computer Clubs for Girls (CC4G) – a fun way to inspire and motivate 9 to 14 year old girls with, and through, ICT. Featuring girl-centric topics like music, fashion and celebrity, CC4G develops skills through games and challenges.

Students gain an insight into the relevance of IT and a better understanding of career options from real-world examples and interaction with employers. e-skills UK has worked with employers, as well as educational professionals, to ensure CC4G supports girls in developing the IT skills that will equip them for working life.

Graça Machel Scholarships

Postgraduate study in South Africa for women

The call for applications will open on 18 June 2012.

The application form and guidelines will be made available on this website as soon as the call for applications opens. Please do not send us application forms from previous years - they will not be considered.

What we offer:

Full tuition, stipend, mentoring and other support for Honours, masters and PhD study at South African universities.

Are you eligible?

To apply you must be:

 a woman

  • a national of and resident in one of the SADC countries: Angola, Botswana, DRC, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe
  • in possession of a good first degree or about to graduate in the year of application

 

Full tuition, stipend, travel costs, mentoring and other support for postgraduate study in South Africa or the United Kingdom.

Contact:

Hazel Bober,
(SA Contact Number-Tel: 011 4613 3876 (11:30-18:30)

Fax:   086 666 4481

Super Sisters Encourages Young Women to Pursue Their Passion.

Super Sisters is a network for women, a documentary series and workshops for young women. Our mission is to engage more young women around the world to work with their passion and create new job opportunities through a global network and international partnership.

Super Sisters Network:
By giving women the spark, the tools and the supportive community, Super Sisters encourages you to find your passion, realize your capabilities and learn not to hesitate. Changing the world around you is easier than you think!

The Documentary Series
The documentary series tells the story of women following their passion and simultaneously pursuing a meaningful mission.

Workshops:
What do you want to do with your life? -is probably one of the biggest questions we all ask ourselves. We all have dreams and ideas. We are all inspired by something. But regardless, it is a difficult question. Our workshop will not solve that problem for you, figuring out what to do with your life is something we all have to go through. But what we can give you are the proper tools to formulate a plan of action around your idea and help you deal with challenges you might run into.
"The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do”

Contact:
Email:  info@supersisters.fi
http://www.facebook.com/supersisterz

Part of the Women Adding Value to the Economy (WAVE) Programme, WICWALES supports women in the ICT sector.  It holds workshops for women to improve their employment prospects in technical positions. In conjunction with these up-skilling workshops, WICWALES also imparts mentoring on participants, networking opportunities, and works with employers to reduce gender pay gaps and raise awareness of other gender-related issues in the workplace.

publicado el:09/04/15

WES Doris Gray Scholarships for women in Engineering. The Women’s Engineering Society (WES) aims to enable more women to qualify as engineers and to increase the representation of women in the profession