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–The program kicked off last Monday, the 11th, in the White Box with over 50 Expendables. train in leadership in innovation, digitization and technology.
-Group of 8 Ukrainian students from 15 to 18 years old They will complete the Leadership Excellence Program free of charge.
– IE University professors will teach young women the path of leadership with entrepreneurship, digital transformation, fintech, blockchain, technology, digital marketing, teams and people, industry 4.0 and presentation.
-As part of the program, master classes will be held with such leaders as Antonio Garamendi, Marieta Jimenez, Irene Cano, Pilar Martinez-Cosentino, Patricia Benito, Fatima Banez, Carmen Alsina, Angel Saenz de Sensano, Monica Sala, Carmen Alsina, Sonia Fernandez and Gloria Lomana.
-Students will be able to participate in first dive into the metaverse in the classes.
Consulting firm 50&50 GL and CEOE starting next Monday, July 11, at Malaga III edition Youth and Leadership Program, #ChicasImparablesTECH Summerwith academic training IE University, pulse Orange and Cosentino Group and cooperation Target, Malaga City Council and Unicaja Bank.
over 50 girls will be trained in technological excellence leadership through this program, among them a group of 8 young people from Ukraine, with a full scholarship for study and living so that they can access the Program completely free of charge, which is guaranteed by 50 and 50 GL. This is an enriching initiative not only for young women in Ukraine, but for all girls in the Program in terms of inclusion of diversity. Malaga is home to the largest community of Ukrainians in all of Spain.
Under the motto “Dream big, the limits are only in your head”, girls from 15 to 18 years old will work for five days on a leadership route with entrepreneurship, digital transformation, fintech, blockchain, technology, digital marketing, teams and people, industry 4.0 and presentation, and with innovative skills and knowledge for personal and professional development with a positive impact on society.
white box Malagaequipment for education, youth and employment, #ChicasImparables will be held from 11 to 15 July, who will work during these five days with the great business leaders of the day to make them passionate about STEM careers.
During the course, girls will create their own projects in teams with innovative and sustainable methodologyfocused on developing a passion for technology and STEM skills.
At the last session They will defend their projects before a jury of prominent business and academic representatives. In addition, the Final Project winning team will receive a scholarship to study at IE.
Academic route supervised IE Director of International Development Elisa Melendez under the academic direction of IE University Professor and Economist Patricia Gabaldon.
Students learn first hand creation and management of companies, by using master classes taught by great leaders such as, in order of intervention, Irene CanoCEO of META; Sonia FernandezPartner at KIBO Ventures; Monica HallCTIO Orange; Patricia BenitoCEO of OpenBank; Angel Saenz de Chenzano CEO of LinkedIn Iberia; Marieta Jimenez, President of Merck Healthcare Europe; Carmen AlsinaCommunications Director, RRII and CEOE Sustainability; Pilar Martinez-CosentinoVice President of Cosentino Group and Antonio Garamendi, president of CEOE. Working under the President of 50&50 GL, Gloria Loman.
The program is promoted by large companies such as Orange and Cosentino Group, companies that work with technology, connectivity, innovation and sustainability, areas that inspire students on a leadership path, with the goal of accelerating equity to build a 50-50 world.
President 50&50GL, Gloria Lomana, will open the first session together with the Mayor of Malaga City Council, Francis of the Tower; Consul of Ukraine in Malaga Svetlana Kramarenko; President of the CEOE Foundation, Fatima Banez; CEA President, Javier Gonzalez de Lara; Vice President, IE University Advisory Board, Giuseppe Tringali; and CEO of META in Spain and Portugal, Irene Cano.
The jury, which will evaluate the projects that students have worked on, includes: Francis of the TowerMayor of Malaga City Council; Antonio Garamendi, CEOE President; Pilar Martinez-Cosentino, Vice President of the Cosentino Group; Susan Carrillo, Deputy Mayor’s Delegate for Innovation and Digitalization
Urban city of Malaga; Patricia AlonsoCEO of Jazztel and Simyo; Carmen Alsin, Director of Communications, RRII and Sustainability; Lucia Egea, entrepreneur and professor at IE University, and Gloria LomanaPresident 50&50 GL.
All students will receive an academic certificate A leadership program signed by the participating companies and institutions that promote and promote it.
In collaboration with: Unicaja Banco, Orange Fundación, Meta, CEOE, Malaga City Council, IE University, 50&50 GL and Cosentino.