Google Commits to Advancing AI in Pakistan with 45,000 Scholarships

 Google Commits to Advancing AI in Pakistan with 45,000 Scholarships

Google has announced its commitment to advancing Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Pakistan through the provision of 45,000 scholarships for Google Career Certificates in 2024.

In addition to these scholarships, Google has introduced two new initiatives aimed at empowering freelancers and women in the country.

Recognizing Pakistan as the third-largest freelancing economy globally, Google aims to ensure the competitiveness of the country’s freelance talent, especially in today’s fast-paced digital landscape.

To this end, Google has partnered with the Pakistan Freelancers Association (PAFLA) to develop a program focused on enhancing soft skills such as personal branding and communication. Up to 50,000 PAFLA freelancers stand to benefit from this program, which will be taught by Google experts.

Moreover, in collaboration with its long-term partner Tech Valley, Google has launched the Career Kamyabi program to inspire and empower women to enter and thrive in the workforce. This initiative advocates for gender balance in the workplace and aims to foster an inclusive and supportive environment for women by offering equal employment and professional development opportunities.

Supported by over 50 leading employers in Pakistan, the program aims to create economic opportunities for women by facilitating connections with potential employers.

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