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How to apply to Google scholarships on digital marketing

Googletogether with Junior Achievement (JA) Argentina, open the second call for young people between 18 and 30 years of age from that country who want to obtain a scholarship to train in Digital marketing. This initiative is part of I grew up with Google for young people, a program that seeks to provide job opportunities quickly for young people.

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Those who access the benefit can perform the roles of paid media analyst, digital media planner and metrics and reporting analyst. To know the application requirements and access the registration form, you can visit the program site.

In addition to technical knowledge of digital marketing, program participants will acquire knowledge related to socio-emotional and professional skills with an emphasis on effective communication, networking, work planning, time management, teamwork and conflict resolution.

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The program has a duration of 3 months in 100% online mode, with an estimated dedication of 8 hours per weekand the requirements to apply are:

– Reside in Argentina.

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– Be between 18 and 30 years old.

– Have a secondary degree at the time of starting the program.

-Wanting to enter the workforce through digital marketing.

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After completing the training instance and obtaining the certificate, young people receive support in their job search.

“Digital Marketing is in high demand in the market and thanks to the support of Google we can bring this opportunity to thousands of young people. Seeing the commitment of the participants and the change it means for their future inspires us to grow in this type of proposal”, he affirms. Noël Zemborain, Director of Junior Achievement in Argentina.

“The digital industry is part of a challenging market with a workforce that has a lot of growth potential. Crecé con Google para Jovenes is part of our commitment to make this force more diverse and, at the same time, allows us to bring job opportunities to many young people in Argentina. The work with Junior Achievement is key to continue bringing digital tools free of charge to more and more young people, and thus democratize information and access to education” he commented. Lucas Ansaldo, Marketing Director for Brand Reputation and SMEs at Google Latin America.

In the country, youth unemployment affects around 20% of the young population and doubles that of adult unemployment (Labor market. Socioeconomic rates and indicators (EPH), INDEC 2021). Therefore, this program seeks to bring not only training in technical and socio-emotional skills, but also seeks to be a pillar in youth employability.

“Growing up with Google for Youth totally exceeded my expectations. Getting started on self-knowledge through a Digital Marketing course was a very significant experience. An innovative idea that, luckily, is being implemented more and more in the world of work”, he says. JonathanGuevara, recent graduate of the program.

Google has a call to support media and communication projects

Google News Initiative has also announced the third edition of the GNI Innovation Challenge (Innovation Challenge) for Latin America and invites the media and communication projects in the region to send their request.

This call seeks innovative projects that help journalists or organizations in the creation of new business models to promote a more sustainable and diverse media ecosystem in the region.

the summons will close on June 7, 2022 at 6:59 pm time Peru and Colombia (23:59 GMT).

Google recommends that applications are preferably in English, but they will be accepted in Spanish or Portuguese. These must be done online through the website: https://newsinitiative.withgoogle.com/innovation-challenges/apply/latam/.

Finally, you have to have following data into account:

– There will be a session of questions and online help next April 28 at 11 am (Peru time)in order to resolve doubts.

– Also available this website of Questions and Answers.

– For more information Google invites users to enter the GNI website.

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