We are a non-profit organization whose mission it is to reduce the gender gap in the IT industry, empowering women through technology and supporting them in their job placement.
#StayHome with Ada ITW
The safety and health of our students and workers is very important for us. That’s why, as a consequence of Covid-19, the entire organization has switched to an online work dynamic for both classes and administrative work.
Mar-12 Last day of face-to-face classes and work at headquarters.
Mar-13 Started working remotely 100%.
Mar-17 Inaugurated two previously on-site courses through an online environment.
Mar-20 Mandatory quarantine was declared in Argentina.
Our little contribution to the world
As part of the ongoing initiatives in the face of Covid-19, we have set up some new activities to support each other and grow together despite the distance.
We are all in this together!
We shared a live interview on Instagram with our Flexibility partners to talk about how a 100% remote work situation could affect society in the foreseeable future.
Recently, a lot of individuals have had to quickly adopt this on-line modality as a new way of working, with a lot of unanswered questions and a great deal of uncertainty. That’s why we looked for experts who could enlighten us on these subjects, and help us discover how to empower ourselves and adapt to this new situation.
We talked about tips, applications, routines and business structures that could help us and others find the best method to work from the comfort of our homes in a productive way.
If you want to see the interview in full, you can access it by clicking here (article in Spanish)
Programming for all
Many people are looking to gain new skills and tools that would enable them to reinvent themselves and adapt to new situations.
In order to create new opportunities, we opened free introductory online workshops for all women who want to discover the world of programming. As of the writing of this article, our team has carried out a total of 4 workshops, with the participation of more than 700 women from 10 different countries.
Ada ITW wants to continue contributing to society in these difficult times by sharing our knowledge and experience with those who need it. We will continue to do these free workshops every month.
We hope to add more initiatives like these in the foreseeable future. For more information you can visit our website.