Moroccan Millennium Leaders Association Offers Training to Future Digital Leaders

The Moroccan Millennium Leaders (MML) association and the Konrad-Adenaeur-Stiftung Maroc Foundation offer a helping hand to digital enthusiasts.

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The Moroccan Millennium Leaders (MML) association and the Konrad-Adenaeur-Stiftung Maroc Foundation offer a helping hand to digital enthusiasts. On February 7th, in Rabat, the two parties launched the Digital Boot Camp program, the first citizens’ initiative aiming to train the youth and help them become digital leaders.

This program is part of the “Citizen Digital Initiative (CDI)” launched by both parties. This 40-hours training, which will be completed on March 7th, allows participants, in particular, to strengthen their digital marketing assets and ensure a good digital transformation of their business. It includes, among other things, workshops geared towards identifying potential projects.

The CDI is part of an action to raise awareness of the challenges of digitization as well as all stakeholders (public policy-makers, economic operators, professional associations, academic and scientific actors, civil society, and citizens’ initiatives). The ultimate goal of the program is to initiate a citizen dynamic, with the digital acting as a lever of digital economy.

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