IT Module of Stem is Fem Project to take place in Kyiv in December
Gamingtec launched Stem is Fem project to support high school girls that are interested in studying technical sciences and plan to get themselves into the IT industry or other technical fields. The project brings together female experts and successful companies willing to share experience and knowledge with the participants of the module.
Sapar Karyagdyyev, CEO of Gamingtec, came up with an idea to start an educational course and to give an opportunity to girls change their lives by meeting like-minded people, talking to peers that have the same interests as they do, and feeling not alone in a “man`s” world. ’I speak four languages and I graduated from three universities, I know what education matters and how one opportunity can change a person`s life’, said Sapar.
The first Bioengineering module has passed well: girls from around Ukraine spent two days in Kyiv doing a lot of practical learning assignments. Natalia Snigur, a student that achieved the best results, won a trip to Poland where she attended a Women in Tech Summit and got international networking experience.
’It was an awesome chance to meet powerful women from around the globe, visit panel discussions and ensure that gender does not matter. The only real power is a desire to study and work in a field you really love and feel excited by,’ told Natalia.
The second educational module dedicated to IT technologies is currently open for applicants. To participate in it, girls should pass an online test. It is foreseen that thirty schoolgirls will be invited to Kyiv to attend a two-days module with lectures, excursions, and practical challenges.
More details about Stem is Fem project are available at the website: http://stemisfem.org/en
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Gamingtec is an international software company. Its story started in 2013 when a London-based B2B consulting office was opened. Several months later, an office of own software development was opened in Kyiv. In 2015, Gamingtec changed the approach: the company began to sell not only full turnkey software solutions of the producers, but develop and support its programming product. The company`s founder and CEO is Sapar Karyagdyyev..
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