adesso Turkey has announced the launch of Disaster Solidarity Mentorship Program, in collaboration with SistersLab - Women in Science and Technology Association. The program aims to support 150 university students who were affected by the February 6th earthquakes in Turkey, providing them with training, mentoring, and career talks for a period of four months.
The Disaster Solidarity Mentorship Program is designed for university students affected by the earthquakes who are interested in software development. Participants will attend eight mentorship meetings, four career talks, and four career-focused training sessions to facilitate their entry into the professional world.
The program aims to help the post-earthquake adaptation process of the affected university students by providing education, career talks, and mentoring. It will support their entry into professional life and enable them to make a strong start in their careers.
The launch event opened with a speech by Mutlu Önder, COO, which was followed by presentations by Aslı Akyol, Talent Acquisiton Lead, and Harun Demircioğlu, Internal and Corporate Communications Senior Specialist. The presentations focused on adesso Turkey's talent policy, recruitment processes, and insights on life at adesso. The SistersLab team also introduced their association and provided program details and a presentation on sensitive disaster management.