The CWG Tech Community is a CSR initiative aimed at empowering women and fresh graduates with the knowledge and skills necessary to thrive in the digital era. For over thirty years, CWG has been a driving force in the African technology ecosystem, and this initiative is a continuation of our commitment to excellence and impact.
CWG's Tech Cohort for Women is an initiative aimed at bridging the gender gap in the technology industry by providing targeted support to women who are passionate about digital technology but lack the necessary support and capacity to learn about it. The program is designed to provide training, mentorship, and internships to female-led organizations, empowering them with knowledge that can be traded for economic value.
Empowering women in tech.
CWG Tech Cohort provides training and mentorship for success
The training component of the program is aimed at providing women with the necessary technical skills to operate and maintain digital technology solutions. This includes training in areas such as coding, software development, data analysis, and digital transformation. The training is provided in a supportive environment that fosters collaboration and encourages creativity.
Mentorship is a key component of the program, providing participants with guidance and support as they navigate the challenges of the technology industry. The program offers mentorship opportunities from industry leaders, who can share their experiences and provide advice on how to succeed in the industry. The mentorship component of the program is designed to help participants develop the soft skills necessary for success in the industry, including communication, collaboration, and problem-solving.
Finally, the program offers internship opportunities to participants, allowing them to gain practical experience in the technology industry. The internship component of the program is designed to provide participants with the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills they have acquired through training and mentorship in a real-world environment. This experience not only enhances their technical skills but also prepares them for the challenges of the industry.
Overall, the CWG Tech Cohort for Women is a comprehensive program that addresses the gender gap in the technology industry by providing targeted support to women. Through training, mentorship, and internships, the program empowers women with the necessary skills and knowledge to succeed in the industry, ultimately contributing to economic growth and development.
Tech Community for Fresh Graduates
CWG's Tech Community for Fresh Graduates is an initiative aimed at equipping new graduates with the skills and knowledge required to solve real-world problems in the digital era. The program offers immersive training that exposes participants to technology solutions, products, and networks, allowing them to develop professionally and expand their capabilities.
The Tech Community for Fresh Graduates is designed to address the challenges facing young graduates in Nigeria, including unemployment and a lack of experience, by providing them with practical training and mentorship. The program is designed to support young graduates in their career development and help them to succeed in the technology industry.
Through the program, participants gain hands-on experience working with industry experts and mentors, who provide guidance, advice, and support throughout the training process. Participants are also given the opportunity to work on real-world projects, which provides them with the practical experience they need to succeed in the technology industry.
The Tech Community for Fresh Graduates initiative aims to empower young graduates to take control of their career paths, by providing them with the tools and knowledge they need to succeed in the technology industry. Ultimately, the program seeks to contribute to the growth and development of the technology industry in Nigeria by building a pipeline of skilled and talented young professionals who can drive innovation and growth in the sector.