View our upcoming programs and discover events curated to match your technical passion and skills.
Contributhon is a virtual open-source boot camp where ladies get the opportunity to work with open source organizations on selected projects with dedicated mentorship. This program aims to create a more diverse, inclusive, and innovative culture within the African open source ecosystem by matching African women in technology with sponsor and mentor open source organizations to work on projects used by millions of people all over the world. Through Contributhon, you can contribute towards creating more diversity in the Open Source Ecosystem as a Program Sponsor , Mentor Organization and as a Participant.Learn More
View some of our past programs and the amazing moments.
The She Code Africa cloud School (in partnership with Deimos Cloud) is a 3months cohort-style, bootcamp program specifically targeted at ladies across Africa, looking to kick off or switch careers into the Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) field. Accepted participants are paired with Cloud experts and work with a well curated learning path inclusive of tasks, projects etc to help them grow required practical skills in the field. Upon Graduation, top 4 participants are offered Intern positions and next top 2 granted full Nanodegree Cloud Engineering scholarships via Udacity.APPLY HERE
To get more African women into the field of cloud computing, we've partnered with Deimos Cloud, a leading Cloud solutions Company in South Africa, to train and help more women easily switch into the field. Series of events and Programs have been placed in line to roll off this initiative, with the first kicking off on the 10th January 2021 via an enlightening event targeted at throwing more light into the field of Cloud Engineering; Careers, Skills, Technologies, Infrastructure , excelling in the field, work opportunities etcWatch Event Full Recap
Women of Open Source Community Africa (WOSCA) webinar aim at giving insights on how one can contribute to open source beyond coding. The speaker will be talking on building Open Source Communities.JOIN HERE
Women of Open Source Community Africa (WOSCA) webinar aim at giving insights on how one can contribute to open source beyond coding. The speaker will be talking on the Technical Writing guide to contributing to Open Source Projects.JOIN HERE
Women of Open Source Community Africa (WOSCA) webinar aim at giving insights on how one can contribute to open source beyond coding. The speaker talked on Design in Open Source, what project to contribute on how to do about it.JOIN VIA YOUTUBE
A virtual event aimed at exploring the Outreachy internship program application process steps, contributing to projects, staying connected with the mentoring organization, and finding opportunities afterwards.Watch Full Video
To help OSS program participants create more impressive project proposals in open source programs, we organised the above event, as well as a focus on how to write proposals from an evaluator's perspective.watch full video
An interactive webinar session with Faith Dike, product manager at Postagraph where we explored the A-Z of product management as a field, with our audience.Watch Event recap
A month-long open source contribution challenge aimed at encouraging the participation of more African women in the open source space while promoting an inclusive culture in the African Open Source CommunityView top contributors
An event targeted at introducing more African women into the field of open source as well as to formally kick off the series of activities under the Women of open source community Africa - WOSCA Initiative, a community partnership between She Code Africa and Open Source Community Africa.View Event recap
A COVID-19 lockdown-themed webinar with our founder, Ada Nduka Oyom and Dr. Chioma Nwakanma (Dr. Zobo) educating ladies on how to maintain a healthy balance between learning or working from home and staying healthy.Read event recap
A 2-day bootcamp where over 50 young ladies in Lagos and Akwa Ibom state, Nigeria respectively, were equipped with Basic and advanced react skills for front end web development.View event gallery