Cayman Enterprise City Announces Remote Mentorship Opportunities and Extends ‘Summer in the City’ Internship Deadline
The Cayman Enterprise City (CEC) workforce development initiative, Enterprise Cayman will be offering remote mentorship placements and online workshops as part of the annual ‘Summer in the City’ Internship programme, which is now in it's eighth year. The ‘Summer in the City’ programming aims to connect local talent directly with special economic zone (SEZ) community members and innovative entrepreneurs who are working in a range of industries including – digital marketing, medial technology, global business development, software development, engineering, and commodities and derivatives trading.
“Innovation thrives during difficult times and we have stepped up to the challenge that the COVID-19 outbreak currently presents by offering dynamic opportunities like remote mentorship placements and online workshops,” said CEC’s Chief Executive Officer, Charlie Kirkconnell. “Digital careers offer a wide range of options, are naturally flexible, and are intrinsically in constant evolution. We’re thrilled to be able to offer new, exciting, and meaningful opportunities within Cayman’s growing tech sector.”
Remote mentorships last anywhere from a one-on-one virtual “pep-talk” session through to six month reoccurring online meetings with industry professionals. The ‘Summer in the City’ programme is open to Caymanians and residents of the Cayman Islands between the ages of 18 and 25 years. During virtual workshops and meeting sessions, mentees can expect to receive practical advice, encouragement, insights into various digital industries, CV support, and guidance when it comes to applying for job opportunities.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2020 Enterprise Cayman “Summer in the City” programme and the deadline to apply has been extended to Sunday, 5 April 2020. For more information and to apply visit www.enterprisecayman.ky or email email@example.com.