Consid wants to change the it-sector

The Skaraborgs Allehanda, a Swedish newspaper, features Consid’s gender equality platform, Q by Consid, in an article. The reporter describes how Consid has significantly strengthened its presence in Skövde in a short period of time and how the company is now making a major effort to bring more women and non-binary individuals into the IT industry. Linda Kärnhall, the office manager for Consid in Skövde, is quoted in the article.

“We want to generate interest and reach out much earlier,” says Linda Kärnhall, the office manager for Consid.

The IT industry has historically and presently been dominated by men. Despite the industry’s attempts at change, only three out of ten employees are of a gender other than male. This is something that the nationwide company Consid wants to change.

They are now launching the Q Mentoria mentorship program, where women and non-binary individuals can receive help and support from Consid’s mentors.

“We want to be a part of this change, and you can’t just sit and watch,” says Linda Kärnhall, the office manager for Consid in Skövde.

The program will work by having Consid employees volunteer to be mentors. They will then meet with students at both high school and university levels to generate interest in IT.

“We have only met with university students in the past, but we have realized that we need to start spreading knowledge and interest at the high school level,” says Linda Kärnhall.


Read the article here. . And read about Consid expansion to Skövde here.

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