The Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine, together with Binance Charity, announced the launch of the IT Generation educational project. Binance representatives reported this to ForkLog UA.
Program participants will be able to receive free online or offline training in IT specialties within various courses.
Binance Charity will provide $1 million in scholarships in BUSD.
IT Generation aims to support Ukrainians, many of whom lost their jobs due to the war.
The project is part of the Binance Scholar program, within which students will receive educational and professional support after completing the courses.
Training will be conducted by licensed Ukrainian EdTech companies, including ITEA and Beetroot.
During the first phase of IT Generation, at least 1,000 students will be trained. Citizens of Ukraine aged 21 to 60 can become participants. At the same time, they should not have work experience or education in the field of IT.
The course selected by the participant must meet the following criteria:
- duration of at least two and no more than six months;
- cost no more than $250 per month and $1000 for the entire course;< /li>
- workload of at least four hours a week;
- online or offline format for groups or individual training.
The project is supported by Lviv IT cluster.
More information can be found on the IT Generation website.
Recall that since the beginning of the war, Binance has announced the allocation of $10 million to resolve the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, and the Binance Charity initiative has launched raising funds to help Ukrainian refugees and children.
In April, the company issued a cryptocurrency Binance Refugee Card for Ukrainians forced to move to Europe due to the Russian invasion. In addition, the exchange launched a project of financial support for internally displaced persons in Ukraine.
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