40-50% of these students do not have access to a computer and/or no internet access.
No training and little preparation will sabotage e-learning requirements for millions.
Yet students are in high need of assistance from professionals rather than their parents to learn about the opportunities, states the Research Consortium on Digital Safety and Cyber Careers
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The Diversity in Leadership Scholarship supports the leadership development of under-represented Digital Trust professionals.
In conjunction with ISACA’s Member-Only Speaker Series, One In Tech is offering 5 of these scholarships with fully paid access to teamwork and innovation expert Erica Dhawan’s online course “Digital Body Language.”
This course builds skills to strengthen engagement, productivity, and morale across gender, culture, race, and generational divides.
One In Tech, an ISACA Foundation, has a singular focus that is aligned with our vision.
We seek to build a healthy digital world that is safe, secure and accessible for all.
One In Tech believes that together, the tech community can create a digital world of which we’re proud to be a part, and a place where all people are safe, secure and most definitely equal.
One In Tech’s objectives focus on building EQUITY and DIVERSITY in the digital world.
Technology has no gender, no color, no age.
Technology makes no assumptions, holds no biases and has no boundaries.
Technology, guided by a responsible and ethical tech community, has the power to change the world and uplift people everywhere from every background.
Creating pathways for a racially and culturally diverse workforce
WeLeadTech empowers groups who, due to racial or cultural bias or exclusion, are underrepresented in the tech industry with opportunities to build leadership skills, find and be mentors, gain career guidance, and achieve certifications leading to stronger equity in technology fields.
Building avenues to achieve a workforce free of gender-bias
SheLeadsTech empowers women, a highly underrepresented percentage in the tech workforce, to not only enter into tech careers, but to stay in the field, serving in leadership roles and achieving their highest potential.