Workshops for primary school children.

it girls school


The IT GIRLS SCHOOL workshop series invites 7th and 8th graders to the CIC business center. During the workshops, students have the opportunity to see how the work of people connected with IT looks like as well as interesting demos of various technological solutions and work in a modern office, such as CIC Warsaw.

The goal of our workshops is to inspire kids to pursue a career related to technology and IT. We want to show them that IT is not only about programming and persons with many different characters and interest may find something suitable for them in IT. We also want to emphasize that we do not exclude boys in our actions. Everyone is always welcome at our workshops!

Our workshops are often attended by employees of our partners' companies. Thanks to such cooperation, we are able to invite children to their coworking spaces and offices, such as the Venture Cafe Warsaw Foundation and PwC Polska.


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we inform

We conduct technology lessons with every age group, starting with 5-6 year olds and ending with students. We show different ways of using technology and how to teach about it wisely. We want children to know not only its positive, but also dangerous sides in the future.

We do not exclude

One of our watchwords is "inclusive not exclusive". We want to emphasize that in our activities we do not exclude boys and men - we also want to encourage them to take up a career in the technology industry and they are always welcome at our events and workshops.

We support

We support female students and pupils wishing to study IT, women currently working in IT or wishing to change their profession. Have questions? Need some help? Contact us!


Irma Jedut

A graduate of the Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography of the Warsaw University of Technology and the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology in Warsaw. Senior Consultant in the GeoAnalytics team, she has been working at PwC for almost 6 years. Her main tasks in the team include, above all, the processing of spatial analyzes with the use of GIS (Geographic Information Systems). Irmina has extensive experience in optimizing the development of retail chains, finding optimal locations and optimizing the supply chain. Additionally, in the team she is responsible for data visualization and building analytical dashboards.

In her free time, she reads, reviews books, runs an Instagram review account (bookstagram) and collects postcards from all over the world. Passionate about everything related to geography.

Monika Kaczynska

Monika has been working with people from the IT industry for 11 years. She watches closely how they work, what motivates them, what attracts their attention and what discourages them from being the best version of themselves. Currently, at PwC Polska, he manages the Resource Management team, which focuses on the best possible matching of people to projects and projects to people.

Dominika Bucholc

On a daily basis, she holistically combines marketing and sales. For years associated with the IT industry, where she cooperates with leading brands on the international market. In the past, she successfully managed communication and promotion of the largest Polish NGO. She is scientifically involved in the media and neuromarketing, and in her free time she travels the world with her Tatra Sheepdog.

Joanna Mosur

Joanna is the founder and managing director of the brand She graduated from Agile specialization at the University of Virginia in the USA, Finance at the University of Economics in Wrocław with CFA accreditation and completed a course in Financial Engineering at Mälardalens högskola in Sweden. She has over 7 years of experience in working in the implementation of IT projects for the largest banks such as Credit Suisse, BNY Mellon and Citi Bank. 

She has successfully conducted over 40 projects related to analytics, business intelligence, process management and software implementation in cascade and agile methodologies, in Poland, Canada and the USA.

Karolina Kupisz

Karolina Kupisz

Graduate of the Warsaw School of Economics, specializing in Data Analysis. For the last 4 years she has been professionally developing her skills as a Data Analyst, with a specialization in mobile applications. On a daily basis she monitors user behavior, defines and improves processes, and analyzes to what extent users interact with features that we implement for them. Karolina works closely on the business-product line, trying to reconcile and communicate these two worlds.
She is currently working for Booksy, but she has also provided app analysis for Empik. 
Privately, she is a huge animal lover and loves all of them, although she has only one.

Angelina Leniec

Angelina is an enthusiastic Agile Team Facilitator and Scrum Master. She has been working in agile environments for two years. She has worked with three agile teams and performed the role of Scrum Master several times. She is currently supporting two teams in change to achieve agility and self-organization. 

During the workshops, she led a dedicated class for 8th grade students at the CIC business center. Angelina made a presentation for the students on what it looks like to work in a well-organized IT/technology project.

Aneta Maksymiuk

Data Scientist and specialist in building and operationalizing analytics solutions. She is professionally associated with SAS Institute and has gained experience for 10 years on more than 30 projects for clients in the telecommunications, healthcare, public, retail as well as financial sectors. 

She focuses on advanced analytics, ML and combining different methods to solve business issues. She supports innovation and knowledge exchange between different business areas.


See a report from our workshop at the CIC business center.

If you would like to participate in our program, don't hesitate to contact us. We still have available places for grades and lecturers as well! And any other help will also be much appreciated.