WMCF School was established with a goal to increase amount of promising projects within our network funnel and acceleration program, specificially with a focus on individuals and early-stage projects. The program is generally based on our award-winning mentoring approach (highlighted by UCLA, 2017) developed specifically for 18-30 creatives and entrepreneurs (like mediapreneurs, socialpreneurs, creative entrepreneurs, bloggers, artists and etc). Our participants are provided with the different opportunities and perspectives from 1:1 mentoring sessions to network access. However, one of the key benefits is an opportunity to be featured for fellowships, funding and further development. Our school commission and some groups are led and guided directly by Artem Welker.
Our FocusSince WMCF School is closely connected to our Laboratory and Network, there are specific focus of the process that help us to spend your time on the most valuable areas and fields that define 80% of your success. This focus is also reflected in special sessions that are held in online format when you can get a personalized advice from experts and mentors.
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“Her” is the social app for lesbian, bisexual, queer and transgender women that does more than find a date – it gives a community. And it’s not just about dates, here it’s also possible to read articles and find events specific to the queer female community..
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to ecosystem, information and like-minded people that help them to grow their career, creative
potential and lives. Keep in touch with us through our network, projects and media outlets.
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