We are currently living in a technological society, and information technology is a driving factor in social development. It plays an important role in marketing, digital communications, and the day-to-day operations of organizations and institutions. However, many institutions and organizations in Liberia lack digital presence and it affects how well they can impact and share their impact stories, scale operations, and connect with possible partners and sponsors for growth opportunities, among others.
Through our Code Fellows program and course syllabus, participants will become productively engaged and obtain valuable Frontend skills needed for the real world. There is a direct need for this form of learning, which is very expensive yet we can make it available at a low cost to bridge the digital divide across institutions and support youth with skills. We are offering this opportunity for youths to become viable and competitive in the marketplace, develop their careers, rise above poverty and contribute to national development.