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Binance’s philanthropic arm, Binance Charity, has announced that it plans to fund scholarships for the year 2023. This initiative aims to fill the talent and diversity gaps in the Web3 industry. Renowned universities, colleges and vocational training providers around the world are program partners.

A real opportunity for training and development in the web3

Binance Charity, the philanthropic arm of the Binance exchange is set to award 30,665 Web3 scholarships. Indeed, the Binance Charity Scholaar Program (BCSP) will offer free education and training courses in this field. The objective is to meet the needs in terms of skilled labor and talent in this area.

“We recognize that digital education and skills development may be out of reach for many, resulting in a blockchain industry that lacks diversity and talent. This initiative will therefore allow students interested in this technology to perfect their skills without encountering financial obstacles.”wrote Binance in a blog post. blog.

Training, a priority issue for Binance

Binance Academy, the company’s nonprofit educational portal, is also supporting the initiative. Recall that in 2022, Binance Charity raised more than $3.5 million. These funds have supported over 290,000 hours of Web3 education courses on the platform. This performance allows managers to maintain great enthusiasm for the outcome of this project.

Many training centers concerned by this scholarship

The success of this program of BCSP will take through the involvement of many renowned training centers around the world. Universities involved include the University of Western Australia, the University of Nicosia in Cyprus, the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management in Germany and the Nigeria-based Utiva Technology Center.

Vocational training providers included are Simplon, Women In Tech, Kyiv IT Cluster. Added to this list is the Ukrainian Ministry of Digital Transformation. Binance Charity emphasizes the participation of Women In Tech, a program that will train approximately 3,000 women. The choice is particularly focused on women from rural areas of South Africa and Brazil.

Binance Charity has not confirmed when the 30,000+ positions will be filled and when each of the scholarship programs will be valid. However, he is happy to know that this project will have an impact on the Web3 roadmap.

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