The first season of Banglalink’s six-month-long mentoring program ‘Womentor’ for engineering students ended on Wednesday. Banglalink’s Chief Human Resource and Administration Officer Manjula Morshed, Acting Chief Technology Officer Hasnat Reza Mahbub Alam, Head of Talent Management Ayesha Saeed and Head of Corporate Communications and Sustainability were present at the closing ceremony. All the trainers and participants of ‘Womentor’ were also present at the event.
Banglalink launched the first season of ‘Womentor’ in January this year to give engineering students studying in the third and fourth years a chance to gain professional skills and practical experience in the corporate environment. ‘Womentor’ received an unprecedented response from students from all over the country. Selected students have the opportunity to participate in one-on-one mentoring sessions with female engineers working at Banglalnk.
Manjula Morshed, Chief Human Resources and Administration Officer, Banglalink, said, “We have launched ‘Womentor’ to provide meritorious engineering students with the opportunity to undergo direct training through Banglalink’s experienced female engineers. As a digital service provider, we want to see more women participate and succeed in technology. We are really pleased with the way the participants have responded and helped us make this initiative a success. ”
Banglalink is committed to playing a role in empowering the youth by creating new opportunities for them.