We aim to reach 1160 people with disabilities trained in different areas to enhance their employability chances.
All courses are designed and imparted by instructors from one of the most prestigious universities in the region. The National Technological University is a country-wide public university in Argentina with more than 60 years of experience and recognition with educational content of excellence.
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All students will receive training in remote work skills and soft skills.
In addition, they will receive expert advice on how to improve their resumes and access job offers.
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People with disabilities face additional barriers to find employment. According to the estimations, around 10% of the population worlwide has a disability and that 75% of people with disabilities are unemployed, a situation that is calculated to be worse due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this context, Incluyeme.com, through the project “Develop your future 2021”, will train people with disabilities in digital skills with focus on employability throughout 2021. In alliance with the National Technological University, training will be directed to offer digital skills that are essential in today’s job market. In this second edition, Incluyeme.com will offer 1160 scholarships to people with disabilities from all over Latin America.
In addition, graduates will receive advice on how to improve their profiles on freelance work platforms and will have access to job searches from partner companies.
This project has the support of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation and the Innovation Laboratory of the Inter-American Development Bank Group -Bid Lab-.
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Founded in 2013, we seek to change the reality of people with disabilities in Latin America looking for employment through articulation with inclusive companies
With presence in 8 countries and more than 24 cities, we strengthen our commitment to the socio-labor inclusion of people with disabilities at an international level
We have the largest database of people with disabilities in open-to-work status in Latin America, with more than 220,000 registrations to this date
More than 500 companies in a wide range of industries trust us
More than 2000 people with disabilities employed through our site and more than 10,000 colaborators in companies trained