This week, Google announced the “Grow with Google for Youth 2021-2022”; a free program in collaboration with Junior Achievement Americas that seeks to train minority and underrepresented youth from Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Mexico and Peru in the use of digital tools, digital marketing knowledge and soft skills.
The program will consist of 12 weeks of digital training, where the young participants will have technical classes on advertising and digital tools, given by Google professionals, while Junior Achievement will dictate sessions of mentoring and training in soft skills, personal leadership and interpersonal relationships.
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The objective of the program is enable employability of these young people. Towards the end of it, they will receive a follow-up to practice interviews, improve their CV and connect them with real interviews to apply for roles with ecosystem partners, such as advertising agencies digital.
How to apply?
Participants must be between 18 and 30 years of age; be from the aforementioned countries; graduates from subsidized public or private schools; not currently have a formal job and have a Connection stable to Internet.
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The selection process will consist of a series of interviews focused on identifying the profiles that meet the requirements. In addition, as it is a free program, they will take into account the commitment and interest expressed by the applicants.
The call will begin on September 8 and will be aimed at young people between 18 and 30 years of age. Those interested can register here.
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