Source: Staff Writer/Tech City

Wentors and Tech4Dev are taking a significant step towards empowering women in technology across Africa. The scholarship program launched by Wentors and Tech4Dev is creating more opportunities for women in technology and breaking down the barriers that prevent them from reaching their full potential.

The program is designed to provide women with access to quality education and training in technology, regardless of their financial background. The scholarships cover the cost of tuition, learning materials, and mentorship, and are available to women from all socio-economic backgrounds. Through this program, Wentors and Tech4Dev are creating a pipeline of talented women who can take on leadership roles in the industry and inspire the next generation of women in technology.

The scholarship program is just one of the many initiatives launched by Wentors to empower women in technology. The organization is committed to providing women with the tools they need to succeed in the industry, including mentorship, networking, and skills development opportunities.
This program is part of Wentors’ newly included track to their annual International Women’s Day (IWD) mentorship cohort for women in technology called We-Learn.

The We-Learn track is designed to help women in technology access top tier certification courses that can assist them in boosting their career, and also bring a sense of clarity to women aspiring to venture into the technology industry.

The partnership between Wentors and Tech4Dev is also creating a more inclusive and diverse technology industry in Africa. By empowering women with the skills they need to succeed, the organizations are not only creating opportunities for women but are also driving economic growth and innovation in communities.

In addition to the scholarship program, Wentors will also organize workshops and training sessions for women in technology across Africa. These sessions will focus on helping women develop their skills and knowledge in various areas of technology and will be led by industry professionals.

Wentors and Tech4Dev are also committed to creating a supportive community for women in technology across Africa. The organizations will work together to connect women in technology, provide mentorship opportunities, and create networking events that will help women build relationships with industry professionals.

The partnership between Wentors and Tech4Dev is a testament to the power of collaboration in driving positive change in communities. By working together, these organizations are creating a new dawn for women in technology across Africa.

Source: Staff Writer/Tech City