Internews' Kabul Innovation Lab II

Internews is pleased to announce the second Kabul Innovation Lab, bringing together Afghan technologists, journalists and entrepreneurs with a focus on the convergence of media and emerging digital technologies.

Kabul Innovation Lab II will be held from February 11-14, 2013. 

This is also a call out for Afghans with an IT background who are interested in participating in a 3-day technical workshop as part of the Lab, working in teams to develop tools and applications for the media sector in Afghanistan. Internews is looking for talented and creative professionals, recent graduates and senior students in the fields of ICT, media and technology to participate in a practical and dynamic environment.

Anyone who is interested in applying for the Lab should complete the application survey. The deadline to submit the application is Sunday, January 20. Internews will select 40 participants for the Lab - participation is voluntary and presents a valuable professional development and networking opportunity.

Please circulate this notice through your professional networks. We are looking forward to your interest in the Lab.

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