JA Malta is proud to announce the launch of our latest programme, Girls Go Circular (GGC), aimed at teaching girls, aged 14-19, all about the Circular Economy, and narrowing the Digital Skills gender gap, through a number of hands-on learning modules. JA Malta is a member of JA Europe, and is one of the 10 hand-picked countries selected to run this cutting-edge course for girls.

The sessions will be delivered in-person, by a mix of volunteers and JA staff members, and will encourage girls to think, reflect, research, and produce their own content related to both the Circular Economy and Digital Skills, making for an engaging encounter with these contemporary STEM subject areas.

If you think the girls at your school would like to be at the vanguard of these emerging fields, get in touch with us today -> hello@jamalta.org

This programme is coordinated by eit Community Education and funded by the European Union.

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