We engage in the local community through voluntary social work. We collaborate with ReDi School in creating better conditions for minority women’s path into the IT industry. As volunteers at Project UDENFOR’s Mobile Food Café, we help Copenhagen’s street sleepers closer to their next meal. We also have an essential social responsibility to help educate the next generation of young talents and create a gateway into the industry.
Our commitment connects us with people across Danish society, and it is through this commitment we make a difference. We are enriched with and challenged by new perspectives, but, most importantly, we play each other better on the road to a more sustainable and socially responsible future. We are in it together.
Read more about Wingmen’s sustainable and socially The digital sphere is in exponential development, which fosters opportunities for positive change, both in the IT industry and in society. We believe that a more diverse IT industry will contribute to a better and more sustainable future. Thus, we support initiatives that aim to create a more diverse IT industry and improve job opportunities for women with minority backgrounds.
We collaborate with Cisco and ReDi School of Digital Integration to provide women with refugee and migrant backgrounds with digital training to upgrade the IT skills of talented women. We teach and share our knowledge, which helps improve women’s integration into the Danish labor market and perhaps the IT industry.
The training course consists of three parts, of which our consultants are responsible for teaching the class Cyber Security in collaboration with Cisco NetAcademy. ponsible initiatives.
We pave the way for the next generation of the industry’s Wingmen.
We deliver food in Project UDENFOR’s Mobile Food Café to the street sleepers of Copenhagen.