mJangale is a coding school that proposes affordable and intensive project-based online, face-to-face and hybrid courses to inspire and prepare young Africans for technology paths
Africa lacks coding courses and activities for youths. This has dramatic social and economical implications. Coding fosters crucial 21st century skills and prepares a well-trained workforce for the next generation. In addition to technical skills, coding lets youths gain experience in problem solving, analytical thinking, and teamwork, and to develop an entrepreneurial mindset.
mJangale’s goal is to democratize coding by delivering a variety of courses and activities. Courses range from mobile and web development to data science and artificial intelligence. They are delivered in face-to-face, online, and hybrid settings.
The methodology emphasizes learning through human connections, hands-on labs, live coding sessions, experimentations, projects, case studies, design thinking activities, and teamwork. It also leverages the use of engaging tools to support learning.
mJangale also hosts professional talks on technologies and careers, as well as activities such as hackathons and competitions. It is supported by a network of trained tutors who assist with learning and applying concepts.
mJangale is led by a team of experts in education and technology with more than 20 years of academic and international experiences.
mJangale has trained more than 3500 people, of which 58% are women.
mJangale’s vision is to make coding accessible to youths across the continent. It aims at inspiring and educating more than 10,000 youths in Africa from diverse backgrounds in the next 3 years.
We are looking for developers and tutors, preferably in computer science, mathematics, physics, and education. Tutors can also be teachers at the primary, middle, and high school levels. All candidates should be comfortable working with children and young adults.