Daryna, from war-torn Doneszk, Ukraine, joined Grenzenlos Digital e.V.‘s online course “Intro” to prepare for a new life in Germany. Despite being unemployed and facing the challenges of the war, she was highly dedicated to learning and attended all the sessions, completing tasks and quizzes with perfection.
Daryna’s newfound skills and determination will help her secure a job well-suited to her strengths and interests and will enable her to build a new and fulfilling life in Germany.
Zofia is 62 years old and from Poland. When she started the Digital Literacy Program at ReDI School of Digital Integration Denmark, she did not have a job but wanted to improve her computer skills to enhance her CV. Zofia was one of the most active students during the course and always had a positive attitude. She had a great ability to bring together students of different nationalities and create a strong sense of community in the class. In the end, Zofia received a job offer. In fact, she received two job offers at the same time and chose the one that suited her best.
Mohamed learned about the Intro course in one of Grenzenlos Digital e.V.’s recruiting events in Hamburg. After completing the Intro online course, he secured a job through an online job platform. In fact, he was so grateful for what he learned that he even offered to support the project and recorded a video testimonial on how the course helped him. He became an Intro ambassador, spreading the word about it in his community.
Markéta is a Czech woman who, during the pandemic, realised she needed to upskill her digital skills. Through the Digital Shift online program, she deepened her knowledge and gained new digital insights that supported her work and made her feel more confident.
She is currently searching for a new job online for the first time and is excited to continue her learning journey. She now believes learning new digital skills will help her in all aspects of her life!
Seka travelled from Pohizra, Ivory Coast, to Belgium in search of a better life for his family. Despite facing challenges in finding a stable home, he remained committed to his personal growth. He started by learning French in Le Monde des Possibles and later joined the DigiLab program for basic digital skills training.
Even when facing great difficulties, Seka’s dedication never wavered, attending DigiLab’s sessions every morning. His pursuit of knowledge and skills brought him happiness and a sense of belonging within Le Monde des Possibles’ community.
After successfully graduating from the Digital Literacy Program course, Iris was hoping to be able to find a job. She had never been to a Job Fair before. Therefore, she did not feel confident to join the ReDI Fair at first. After onboarding and receiving individual support from the team, she was able to create a profile in the Talent Pool and decided to join the Fair.
She was delighted after speaking to six companies and receiving positive feedback about her German language and her teaching skills. Last March she started an internship as an Office Manager and a new course to continue her digital studies.