Nelly Agyemang-Gyamfi, Moringa School and Kelechi Victor Ofeogbu, Impact Hub Accra

Impact Hub Signs Partnership With Moringa School To Raise The Next Generation Of Tech Talents


Feb. 15, 2022, 1:26 a.m.

Moringa School is transforming the way tech education is done in African Markets. The school’s programs are delivered through a blended learning approach that combines market-aligned courses a classroom team of talented mentors with the skills and knowledge to deliver growth and results for learners. The school also creates an environment that supports student creativity and job market preparation in a fun, open, and transformative learning experience.

The Kenyan tech bootcamp has scaled its operations into the Ghanaian market and has secured a partnership with Impact Hub—a locally rooted, globally connected and inclusive membership community for the entrepreneurially minded.

The partnership successfully took place in the co-working space of Impact Hub amidst a panel discussion themed; Nurturing The African Talent For The Advancement Of Tech In Space. According to Snehar Shah, Moringa’s CEO, the partnership with Impact Hub Accra will help them to empower Ghanaian students with the tools to build lasting careers with greater confidence, competence, and possibility.

“We are convinced the problem we are solving is big enough for us to continue pursuing our vision for a world in which anyone can create their future because we have a placement rate of 85% of all job-seeking alumni within 12 months of graduating from our courses."

Kelechi Victor Ofeogbu, Impact Hub Accra’s Chief Operating Officer, said, “As the Ghanaian technology and innovation ecosystem becomes more connected and adapts to tackle layers of local and global challenges, there is an increasing need to train and equip professional software developers who in collaboration with their peers can think and develop quality solutions to these challenges. The ability to solve these challenges is what makes them an opportunity for growth, and we are excited to partner with market leader Moringa School to bring home this opportunity for talent growth and development.”

The partnership will allow participants access to Impact Hub Accra’s co-working space and taught courses on JavaScript, React, SQL, Ruby on Rails, JSON, and Redux Frameworks. The first intake begins on March 9, 2022, and applications are still open until February 28th. (Interested people can apply using this link )

The five-month program is open to university students and will be run by Moringa based on Flatiron School’s world-leading curriculum.

“When we think about the partnership with Impact Hub Accra, we are so excited about our international expansion, something we have been thinking about for a while now and planning vigorously for it,” Nelly Agyemang-Gyamfi, Group director of operations, Moringa School, said at the launch event.

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