Call for Women in Tech Peru
Are you passionate about the #STEM world and do you want to collaborate to reduce the gender gap in 🌎?
APPLY! We look forward to meeting you and joining our ranks.
👉 Send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for Volunteering Kuriotik
Kuriotik is a free digital (web) platform that seeks to close gender gaps in the field of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics).
Its purpose is to create a community of curious and creative girls between 8 and 12 years old, promoting the exchange of observations, explorations and diverse discoveries integrating STEAM with citizen values.
Our team is made up of volunteers, university or professionals from STEAM careers, education and philosophy.
Call for Volunteering “Nurturing Hopes, protecting families”
From the World Food Program (PMA), the United Nations Development Program (PNUD) and ONU Volunteers we are implementing the project Nurturing hopes, protecting families. We invite you to be part of the tele-orientation activities in nutrition to the migrant and refugee population, through phone calls, in this 100% virtual volunteering.
* Volunteers who complete the activity will receive a certificate in the name of ONU Volunteers.
- Register here.
Webinar: “Myths, voices and tissues: Building Digital Identities to the Bicentennial”
In the following presentation, you will learn about three narratives, particular, personal and at the same time complementary, that show us the transformations and disagreements of the stories of Peruvian identity, facing the commemoration of the Bicentennial of our independence. These three projects were incubated in the American Arts Incubator Lima 2020 program, organized by ZERO1, the US Embassy in Peru, and the Office of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the US Department of State, jointly with University of Engineering and Technology - UTEC and MAC.
Date: Thursday, April 29, at 7:00 p.m. m.
Transmission through: https://www.facebook.com/museomaclima/
Webinar: “Urban forests: The impact of the environment on people’s health”
The pandemic has opened greater opportunities for research and the commitment of specialists from various disciplines in understanding the environment where one lives, plays, develops and works, as well as the relationships between people and nature. In this context, it is important to understand how the environment impacts health, especially mental health benefits during the COVID-19 pandemic. To promote the well-being of citizens, we need to propose nature-based solutions.
- Rita Ames, Associate Researcher at the Center for Impact and Social Responsibility
- Ricardo Bohl, Professor of Geography and Environment at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
- María La Torre, professor of Environmental Engineering at UTEC
Date: April 30
Time: 6:00 p.m
Launch of the virtual learning community
Very soon you will be part of the largest virtual community that seeks to make the country we want a reality. Join the Virtual Learning Community of the #Volunteers of the Bicentennial and access tools that will help you build a Peru with more opportunities.
- Sign up herehttp://bit.ly/2PjjClW
- March 31th / 6:00 p. m. Vía Facebook Live