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Launch Your Tech Career with Sisters of Code 

Sisters of Code is excited to offer free technical training programs for women in Cambodia. Thanks to funding from the Liechtenstein Development Service, we are making professional skills education accessible.

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Our intensive courses will equip you with in-demand expertise to launch your career in technology.

Choose between two tracks:

Web and UX/UI Design Course
(12 weeks)

Become a user experience and web design expert. Through hands-on projects, you'll master skills like:

  • Web development fundamentals (HTML/CSS/JavaScript)

  • Designing visually appealing, functional interfaces

  • Optimizing for usability and conversion

  • Building websites and mobile apps

  • Creating an impressive portfolio 

Digital Marketing & Entrepreneurship Course
(12 weeks)

Developed in partnership with Deloitte EleVate, this course teaches you to:

  • Identify your ideal customer and craft targeted products/services

  • Create a brand and marketing strategy that converts

  • Drive sales through digital channels

  • Launch and grow your own online business

  • Build a portfolio and get 1:1 mentoring

Student Participation Requirements:

  1. Enrolled into a University or TVET (preferred year 3 or 4) or graduated from a University of TVET (any major).

  2. Strong skills in using a PC (typing, using the internet, e-mail).

  3. Interest in the profession and being able to study on the weekend. 

  4. Being available for a 3-month internship upon graduation.

Official certificate upon completion from IT Academy STEP Cambodia Institute.

Internship placement support and internship opportunities.

Free tuition.

Convenience of Saturday or Sunday  classes with only female students.

Both Programs Offer:

Applications for our next cohort are now open! Kickstart your tech career and apply today.

Deadline: March 17, 2024
Campus Location: #107, Phoum 4 ANZ Road Sangkat Boeung Kakti 2, Khan Toul Kork , Phnom Penh
“I have joined Sisters of Code because I want to explore more about technology and experience new skills. I appreciate and thankful for Sisters of Code for giving me this valuable opportunity.”

Tith Kakada, 17 y.o

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