A degree or a technical skill is not enough to get you ahead anymore. The job market is saturated with experts in each field like you and me. However, the only way that you can set yourself apart from the next knowledgeable specialist in your line of work is through soft skills.
Ghana’s network of high-impact social entrepreneurs and hubs, Social Enterprise Ghana, has signed an Agreement with Moringa School and Brighter Investment to promote training in digital skills amongst the youth that leads to impactful job creation. This partnership will see Social Enterprise Ghana using the spaces provided by its 26 regional hubs and Enterprise Support […]
In line with Moringa School’s commitment to nurturing African tech talent, the institution partnered with I&M Bank LTD in organizing an exciting hackathon where its alumni participated. A fintech solution developed by one of the alumni teams during the just concluded Sankalp Africa Summit 2022 won a Sh50,000 cash prize courtesy of I&M Bank LTD. […]
Talent 4 Startups is offering fully funded scholarships to study Software Engineering at Moringa. This opportunity will be available to 30 students from Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya. Talent 4 Startups is a vocational program developed by Digital Africa, in partnership with Make-IT in Africa, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, and the German […]
For Immediate Release, 8th February 2022 Following the announcement of its new CEO, scale-up specialist Snehar Shah, and a Curriculum Agreement with Flatiron School last month, Moringa School has today hit the refresh button by lifting the veil on its new brand to its stakeholders in the EdTech space in Kenya and other African Markets, […]
January 17th 2022, For Immediate Release: Snehar Shah succeeds Audrey Cheng as the new CEO for Moringa School. He brings a vast experience of 25 years from multiple industries (Telecoms, Investment Banking, Infrastructure, Renewable Energy); diverse geographies (UK, Europe, Africa) and Leadership Roles (Strategy, CFO, General Management) that will be valuable as Moringa enters its […]
funding partnership aimed at strengthening Moringa’s capacity to provide a quality education that leads to employment to a total of 8,000 students between 2019 and 2022. To tell us more about it is none other than Moringa’s Kenya Country Director, Nelly Agyemang-Gyamfi.
While it is understandable why schools would rush to pivot to virtual learning environments, what has been lost on many observers is why the needs of the customer- the student - have been put further down the pecking order after technology and profits. Our very own Allan Ong'ang'a explores this important topic!
Becoming a software developer is much more than just sending a CV to get your next job, it’s all about how you package yourself. Many junior developers often yearn to become visible experts in their field but get lost in finding the right process to adapt. This article will take you through 6 simple steps to becoming a software developer in 2021.