Instituto Coca-Cola Brasil and Mover, a movement that brought together dozens of companies in defense of racial equity after the murder of João Alberto Silveira Freitas by security guards at Carrefour in 2020, are preparing a new training course aimed at black professionals.
The initiative will offer short video classes with topics about the world of work, elaboration of a life plan, financial planning, curriculum construction and preparation for interviews and selection processes, in addition to classes on racial issues.
The target audience is black residents of low-income urban communities, aged between 16 and 25, who have completed or are attending high school.
At the end of the course, participants will be able to apply for vacancies from a network of around 200 employers who are partners in the program.
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