TBC Conducts Professional Master Class for "Charte" Project Beneficiaries
As part of their partnership, TBC and Charte organized a master class on March 1 at the TBC concept's multifunctional space for beneficiaries of the TBC project, in order to share necessary knowledge and experience. The "Charte" project aims to provide technological support to socially disadvantaged schoolchildren to give more young people access to quality education.
During the event, TBC employees introduced students to the latest trends in areas such as test automation engineering, systems engineering, UI/UX design, iOS development, product management, and human resources. After the master class, young people had the opportunity to talk to representatives from different academies and learn about the needs and challenges of their future professions.
"Throughout our 30-year history, TBC has always supported increasing access to education. We have made the support of the new generation and promotion of education the main social focus of our brand. The professional master class, which was conducted by TBC employees for the involved beneficiaries, allows young people to get to know and master the modern trends in the professional market. TBC will continue to cooperate with Charte and will support it with many other educational and technological initiatives in the future," says Alexander Makashvili, Leader of Strategic Projects Management at TBC.
"Studying and working with the help of the internet and computers has become very easy nowadays. However, access to quality education is not equally possible for everyone due to the existing digital divide. This is what led to the creation of the Charte project. As responsible citizens, companies or organizations, we can contribute to the process of academic, professional or financial development of teenagers living in the regions and their families. The sharing of knowledge and experience by people employed in the field of TBC technologies will help the participants of the Charte project to get more information and create the right expectations about the professions and prospects in this field," says Mariam Mchedlishvili, Operational Head of the Charte project.
The aforementioned cooperation is part of TBC's corporate social responsibility and is intended to provide education to socially disadvantaged seniors. Tamta Kapanadze, the winners of TBC's 2022 Grace Hopper program in the nomination of women's empowerment, and the project included are the initiators of this event. The Grace Hopper Award was established in 2021 as an initiative of USAID's Economic Security Program and in partnership with TBC, and its purpose is to recognize, empower and promote the achievements of girls and women in the field of information technology and communications.