Girls go Circular: Call for experts Open!

The Girls go Circular aims to equip 12,000 girls aged 14-18 in RIS* countries with digital skills through challenge-based exercises with a focus on the circular economy.

The trainings will be done through blended learning model that engages girls in an EIT branded digital learning platform and/or in-person workshops. The platform will guide girls as they navigate the digital space to research challenges related to the circular economy and utilise digital tools to develop solutions that address the challenges.

The project will run until the end of 2021.

Apply now to help us create online learnings about circular economy

With this aim EIT Manufacturing is now looking for a consultant with the expertise in developing online learning resources about the circular economy targeting girls in school age to co-create two online learning modules that will form the basis for the project.

Read more about how to apply here.

Deadline extended until 25/09/2020

Girls Go Circular is part of the Skill for Future – project which aims at preparing young students with entrepreneurial skills and enhance their career opportunities while raising their interest in societal challenges, technology, innovation and entrepreneurialism. Both projects are led by EIT Raw materials, which in collaboration with EIT Manufacturing runs the 2020 pilot. Other KICs, as EIT Food, will join for its further development on 2021.

Girls Go Circular aims at closing the gender gap when it comes to the number of women working as entrepreneurs in the digital sector within the EU. The European Commission’s Digital Education Action Plan reports that only 30% of entrepreneurs and 32% of economic leaders in the EU are women. Furthermore, only 15% of tech sector workers in the EU are women.

*Regional Innovation Scheme

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CLC Central
Christian Bölling

CLC South
Gian Mario Maggio

CLC West
Donostia/San Sebastian
Antoni Pijoan

CLC North
Björn Fagerström

CLC East
Johannes Hunschofsky

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