Internship at Womenpreneur in Brussels
Womenpreneur is pleased to announce an opportunity for interns. The purpose of the internship is to provide rich personal and professional opportunities for young professionals.
Since its establishment in 2016, Womenpreneur has reached thousands of women and convened over 20 global events across different countries, to drive visibility, social impact, and resources for women in the ecosystem and beyond.
Womenpreneur is a not-for-profit organization, initially created to support women in the MENA region. Now it expanded to reach more than 500 women in different countries every year to help them grow scalable businesses, accompany them through the process of delivering their initiatives, and address the key challenges impacting the growth of female led business initiatives.
Our core strategy focuses on a number of areas which include:
Access to Networks
Access to Finance
The intern will be requested to undertake tasks in connection with the ongoing projects of Womenpreneur. Tasks may include:
Assisting with the organization of events
Assisting with promoting the organization
Gain relevant experiences in a non-profit-organization ;
Working with international team in Brussels ;
Get an inside into fields including: project management, communications and event organisation.
This is an unpaid internship with a flexible duration of 2-3 months.
Interested candidates are invited to apply by sending their CV and a one page motivation letter to: email@example.com
فرصة تدريب / Training opportunity
برنامج تدريب CyberWayFinder للنساء ، الذي تم تأسيسه في بروكسل ، هو مسار تدريب مدته ثلاث سنوات يسمح للمشاركين باكتساب خبرة عملية ذات صلة أثناء أخذ دورات دراسية في الفصل الدراسي المشترك تتضمن الموضوعات الحالية وذات الصلة المطلوبة لممارسة مهنة أمن المعلومات.
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The CyberWayFinder Training Program for women, founded in Brussels, is a three-year training track that allows participants to gain relevant work experience while taking classroom courses on the Common Body of Knowledge comprised of current and relevant topics required to practice the profession of information security.