Final of the Сopywriting grant course
On January 20, registration for the special Copywriting program created for war victims ended. We will get back to you with the results.
A total of 1158 people participated in the competition, half of whom filled out the extended form. After evaluating all the answers, we invited 120 participants for an interview. 60 of them will be able to finish the course and learn a new profession.
KAMA director Anna Vovk, who also took part in the selection, told more about the competition participants,
‘This is a very strange experience that does not fit in the head. Because in 5 days of these online interviews, you get to know people who live in the occupied territories, with immigrants from Bakhmut, Izyum, and Sloviansk. Some of them had a snail farm, someone’s family grew flowers or had a whole fleet of vehicles for freight transportation.
It’s hard to choose, but we’ve chosen 60 students whose education can help support the family business, learn a new profession, and help them get a job. Someone was additionally offered to take other distance courses at KAMA. And for someone whose goal was more therapeutic, attending evening classes. Where they can find a new environment in a new city for them, and get knowledge that will help them in their job search.’
Thank you to everyone who applied for the grant.
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Recruitment for the Copywriting grant program for war victims
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