Save the Children has offered 10 full-time positions to fresh female graduates to learn and work at their TecHHub Bangladesh under the different working areas of the ICT Department as a part of their Digital Equity Fellowship.
The humanitarian organization for children launched this fellowship on International Girls in ICT Day 2023 to promote gender equity in the digital world.
More than a thousand applicants have applied for the fellowship till now, according to a press release of the organisation.
Under the programme, applicants go through three rounds of selection. After primary selection, selected candidates had the opportunity to join the fellowship introductory webinar on 17 May, where a dialogue session was arranged among youth groups and dignitaries from the private sector, academicians, I/NGOs, UN representatives, and DEF applicants, it said.
There will be three online grooming sessions starting on 22nd May on communication, leadership, and professional growth mindsets and online quizzes.
Based on their performance in the sessions and the quiz, shortlisted candidates will be invited for on-site group activities, practical tasks, and interviews, the press release read.
Ten selected candidates will get a 12-month full-time employment opportunity as 'Digital Equity Fellows' to work in different fields of ICT.