From October 16-20, 2018 The Hub partook in Africa Code Week 2018, in partnership with GEM Institute. We hosted groups of learners from local schools who got to learn the basics of coding with Scratch, a game developed by MIT. During the week, The Hub trained 353 youth with 279 of them being girls! Africa Code WeekContinue reading “350+ Youth Trained During Africa Code Week”
On Wednesday Ocotber 17, 2018 we hosted GEM Institute and Africa Code Week for a ‘Women in Technology & Social Entrepreneurship’ workshop this morning. 26 girls and women partook and learned about gender issues, entrepreneurship and digital marketing from GEM Institute, Mohloli oa Tsebo, The Nala Project: Community Market & Vodacom Lesotho Foundation.
2018 is off to a busy start at The Hub! Weekly Job-Ready Fridays have included Skills Sessions on professional tips, SkillShare, CV writing, application writing, and script writing. For Hub Talks we have hosted The Nala Project, GEM Institute, and Kuena Moshoeshoe. Upcoming Hub Talk speakers include L-Tore, DJ Quizy and Bofihla Neko. Weekend workshops started thisContinue reading “2018 off to a busy start at The Hub!”
From October 19-31, 2017, The Hub hosted Africa Code Week. Hub volunteer Mats’eliso Moruthane led lessons for students from Morija English Medium School, Nkhono ‘Mamohato Training Centre and Thabeng High School at The Hub, with assistance from other Africa Code Week volunteers. The students got an introduction to computer programming using Scratch, a programming environmentContinue reading “Africa Code Week 2017”
From July 27 – 28, 2017 Hub volunteers Mats’eliso Moruthane and Ts’episo Mahooe were part of a group of more than 100 people who took part in Training of Trainers for Africa Code Week in Lesotho. We are excited to be a part of this movement to empower future generations with the coding tools and skills theyContinue reading “Hub volunteers at Africa Code Week training”