22 Jul 2021 – 8:50 p. m.
Women from all over the country will be able to access a free program to boost their ventures with Facebook tools. We tell you how to apply.
The Colnodo organization, which leads social processes around the strategic use of the internet in Colombia, is looking for women interested in boosting their businesses through Facebook tools.
This is because a new edition of “She makes history” is approaching, a Facebook program implemented by Colnodo that promotes the inclusion of women in the digital economy. The initiative, which is free, virtually dictates content related to financial issues and the management of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp for business.
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In terms of financial education, participants will learn to set goals, be in good financial health, make financial records and reports, create a business plan, define costs and prices, and find project financing.
In terms of digital skills, the contents will focus on uses of Facebook, security on web pages, creative content and use of Instagram and WhatsApp Business.
The program has an intensity of 7 hours a week for a maximum time of one month. In addition, the participants will have virtual accompaniment and guidance throughout their training process.
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Interested parties must meet the following requirements:
- Be a woman over 18 years of age.
- Live in Colombia.
- Have a business or entrepreneurship idea.
- Have a computer or smart mobile device, email and internet connection.
- Have one hour a day, for three weeks.
Registration for this training cycle will be open until July 25, 2021. After the training process is finished, a new call will be opened. You can make your registration by clicking here.
“She makes history” has been implemented by Colnodo since 2016. During this period, it has trained and certified more than 11,000 women from different parts of Colombia. The program also has a presence in other Latin American countries such as Argentina, Chile, Brazil and Mexico.