The crypto currency exchange Binance is getting ready to provide more training opportunities in the fast-developing Web 3 field. The most recent information indicates that as part of the Binance Scholar Program, the Binance Charity would provide financing for more than 30,000 Web3 scholarships.
Students can improve their skills through the Binance Charity Scholar Program (BCSP), which will also provide access to Web3 courses. This will eliminate the need for students to overcome needless financial hurdles.
In a post (1) that they made on their site the previous week, Binance Charity clarified:
"We are aware that many people do not have access to the available digital education and skill development opportunities, which has led to a blockchain sector lacking diversity and talent.
The Binance Scholar Program puts an end to that by paying for the student's tuition and course expenses at some of the most prestigious educational institutions in the world, including universities, colleges, and other providers of vocational training.
Additionally, the blog post notes that close to 82,000 students have expressed an interest in applying to be a part of the subsequent BCSP cohort.
Binance has partnered with several prestigious educational organizations like the University of Western Australia, the University of Nicosia in Cyprus, and the Utiva technological cluster in Nigeria.
In addition, the tuition-free training facility Simplon, situated in France, has shown an interest in hosting some of BCSP's activities.
"The reaction to our Web3 educational initiatives has been unparalleled," said Helen Hai, Head of Binance Charity Foundation.
"This shows the keen feelings of hunger of a large number of individuals to learn about blockchain, De-Fi [sic], NFTs, coding, and much more," she added. "The Web3 education projects have been a tremendous success."
Details of the program run by the Binance Charity Scholar Program
The BCSP acts as a platform, providing those interested with access to essential skills. In addition to providing financial assistance with tuition costs, the program also entails providing employment opportunities to participants looking to get expertise in their field.
In recognition of the successful implementation of BSP, Binance has given over $2.2 million in BUSD to illustrious educational institutions in various nations. A Web3 education was made available to 50,000 students in Nigeria through a partnership between Binance Charity and the Nigerian-based technology school Utiva, which Binance Charity supported.
In addition, BCSP has also established a working relationship with the Ministry of Digital Transformation in Ukraine. This is to assist every Ukrainian citizen who has been rendered jobless due to the conflict with Russia.
In addition, Binance Charity has also gotten partnership assistance from Binance Academy, the educational blockchain platform that Binance operates under the aegis of a non-profit organization.
"We're seeing the enthusiasm from a variety of people, including a terrific number of women [...]." Helen Hai remarked.
"We've never been more enthusiastic about developing a more accessible Web3 world than we are right now since there are many more education efforts in the works with incredible partners."