Sabella Millicent Sefho | SheCodes

Sabella Millicent Sefho

🇳🇦 Namibian living in Gaborone, 🇧🇼 Botswana
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Sabella Millicent's Story A friend of mine introduced me to Shecodes. I am interesed in learning how to code as it helps develop problem soving skills and logical thinking. Coding also helpsprovide benefits like the ability to create softawares and websites.

🙋‍♀️ Sabella Millicent's Motivation

I am looking forward to advancing my career opportunites or explore new job opportunities, learning how to code can be a valuable skill to have. Many industries are becoming more reliant on technology, so having coding skills can make you a valuable asset. Also, I have aspirations to start your own business, learning how to code can be a valuable asset. Coding skills will enable me to develop your own products and bring your ideas to life.

🤹‍♀️ Sabella Millicent's Hobbies

Reading articles Painting Drawing Playing musical instruments


Sabella Millicent's coding training

Sabella Millicent has gained access to SheCodes Pro for at no cost. It’s a 6 month coding training that’ll take her from a beginner to a professional.

She'll learn everything that SheCodes has to offer, from HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to React, Responsive development, and development tools. She'll also get to build her own online portfolio to showcase to potential employers!

📦 SheCodes Plus includes all of our workshops:
1. Basics Coding Workshop (3 weeks)
2. Basics Add-on (1 week)
3. Plus Coding Workshop (8 weeks)
4. Plus Add-on (2 weeks)
She’ll gain access to each portion after finishing the preceding portion. She’ll build up her coding knowledge gradually along the way. 🙌

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SheCodes Foundation Mission

Women currently hold 25% of coding jobs and earn 30% less money than men. In most developing countries, more than 65% of women don't have bank accounts and cannot afford to invest in their education. Female refugees also don’t have many opportunities to invest in their education and improve their career horizon - they often work in unskilled, undervalued, and low-paid informal sectors.

SheCodes is here to help provide women in developing countries and women who are refugees with the opportunity to learn how to code for free. SheCodes offers a solid introduction to product development, product design and product management.


Why learn how to code?

Coding knowledge creates new job opportunities, improves your analytical thinking, and enhances your personal or professional skill set.

Get a Job in Tech

Learning how to code provides you with new career opportunities and helps make you a more marketable employee in our increasingly technological job market.

Grow Your Skill Set

Gain some coding knowledge to improve your personal or professional skill set.

Improve Your Analytical Thinking

Learning how to code improves your analytical thinking, which is a critical skill to have in the workplace.


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