Meet our partners…amazing community builders, trail blazers, and doers
Calvary Chapel College
Location: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Calvary Chapel College is located on the campus of a 1,000+ member church Calvary Chapel Port-au-Prince. The college serves more than 300 students with management, computer science, education, and accounting courses. At the beginning of 2018, Trinity Education helped launch the Digital Bootcamp (in conjunction with Hope Ventures) at Calvary Chapel College. Over 30 Haitian students were accepted into the program, and the Digital Bootcamp will be offered as part of the computer science curriculum at the college. The ultimate goal is that these students will be beacons of light in the nation of Haiti and be economically self-sufficient through freelance work and small business creation.
Location: Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Since 2007, W4AL has been providing job training to thousands of people through 40 plus job centers across Africa and beyond. They focus on teaching those who are unemployed how to work with excellence and start their own businesses, along with furthering their skills in areas like computer literacy, office administration, and hospitality. In 2017, W4AL partnered with Trinity Education to offer advanced and innovative training programs to their students. As the first Digital Bootcamp pilot program, they will be rolling out the Digital Bootcamp to additional learning centers in Africa during 2018, and Trinity plans to offer more skills-based bootcamp programs in collaboration with W4AL International.
Location: Nairobi, Kenya
In 2015, Trinity Education launched its second learning site by partnering with Shilce Secondary School in Nairobi, Kenya. Located in a marginalized community, Shilce has been serving the area through education since 2001. Now, through the Trinity Education college program (named Scepter-CaCHE Training College), the potential for community impact is even greater as college students have an opportunity to access a wholistic higher education. Initially, five teachers from Shilce joined the team as Academic Mentors and completed the online and face-to-face trainings with Trinity Education prior to their launch.