AfriBlocks is committed to connecting skilled African freelancers with the global community to create new possibilities for all.
As AfriBlocks grows, so does the need for our freelancers to provide high-quality work that exceeds industry standards and stands out.
As part of our mission to build the infrastructure for Africa’s future of work, AfriBlocks is proud to announce a new partnership with tech education nonprofit Ingressive For Good (I4G) and the renowned online educational platform Coursera.
This partnership will bolster I4G’s commitment to helping 5,000 Africans to gain access to more than 4000 free Coursera courses.
Due to its distinction as one of the world’s youngest regions based on demographics, Africa has the potential to be a significant source of the global technology workforce.
Our goal is; with partners like I4G and Coursera, we can aid in this shift by equipping AfriBlock’s brightest freelance talents with more knowledge of their respective crafts and boost their skill sets to compete with the world’s best.
Coursera’s diverse offerings provide instruction in business, computer science/tech, physical science & engineering, data science, personal development, health, math and logic, language learning, information technology, and more.
The AfriBlocks team is happy to share this opportunity with you!
To Apply :
1. Create an AfriBlocks account at afriblocks.com/join
2. Apply at afriblocks.com/afriblocks-skills-development-program
Our team will respond to you, letting you know if you qualify within one week of applying.
About AfriBlocks: AfriBlocks is a global Pan-African freelance network where qualified, skilled, and talented African freelancers can provide remote services to clients across the world at affordable pricing. https://afriblocks.com
About Ingressive For Good: Ingressive for Good exists to equip young Africans in need with tech skills to help them impact and contribute to the development of Africa, socially and economically. Ingressive For Good (I4G) was created to address the glaring inequities that exist within African tech ecosystems. https://ingressive.org