Better Together

Learning at Kibo is online, but never alone. When you join Kibo, you become part of a global community of peers and mentors committed to growing together.

Better Together

Learning at Kibo is online, but never alone. When you join Kibo, you become part of a global community of peers and mentors committed to growing together.

Your Squad

What do Google, Apple, and Microsoft have in common? Besides being some of the most respected tech companies, they were all founded by BFFs. You can’t change the world by yourself. That’s why you’ll be part of a squad, a small group of Kibo learners who support each other in the learning journey.

Cohorts

When you join Kibo, you’ll be part of a cohort of learners across Africa and the globe. Whether it’s working together on a project or rotating DJs in the music lounge, your cohort will become your community, pushing you to succeed and cheering you on every step. As the proverb says, “If you want to go far, go together.”

Mentors

Having a mentor gives you an edge in your career and learning. You will be matched with a tech professional and meet with them regularly on live video. Your mentor will guide you and give you an insider’s view of working in the tech industry.

In Real Life

Your local hub is your IRL community, because sometimes you really do have to get off the internet.

Your local advisor will organize meetups, help you become part of the local tech scene, and make sure you are set up for success.

Community Stories

One thing I found valuable about the community was the readiness of instructors and other students to help you with any challenge you're facing.

Ayo
Sagamu, Nigeria

I wasn't expecting so much feedback and reinforcement and support. It surprised me in a good way. And the projects and assignments really challenged me.

Gina
Lagos, Nigeria

I didn't expect it to be so fun. The best part was team-building and relating to others. I saw so many different solutions to problems when we were working together.

Libe
Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

I have grown so much in confidence now, and for the first time I could work with someone virtually to build a project. The excitement from completing projects is incomparable.

Jimmy
Accra, Ghana

I was able to ask mentors questions and I got an idea of the life of a software engineer. Hearing their advice made me certain that I chose the right career path.

Ebun
Lagos, Nigeria

The best part was learning with people from different countries and collaborating with the squad. I enjoyed interacting with people that are not in Kenya.

Daisy
Utawala, Kenya

Ready to build a high impact career? Applications are open