Bertha Bwimba
Information and Communication Technology
NLab Innovation Academy
Tanzania
School fee per year: 3940 SEK
Year of graduation: 2023
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BACKGROUND
I grew up in a family of two parents with six kids, I am the third in the list with 19 years of age and I have five siblings. At Primary education I went to Karume Primary School and for secondary school I went to Makurumla Secondary School, they are both government schools located in Dar es Salaam. Now I am enrolled at Nlab Innovation Academy. My father is a personal car mechanic and my mother is a housewife. My parents wish is always that I will do well in my studies.
WHY
I chose this field of study because it is the field that is super growing recently in my country and touches all other remaining fields. But also it is not necessary for people in this profession to be employed. There is a big possibility and a huge chance of them to employ themselves at a wide perspective. My dream job is to become a website designer. That is my dream job because in my society there are problems that I want to solve by using the skills and knowledge of website. I want to provide a solution which will be web based hence due to studying Information Technology I believe that I will be able to reach my dream.
INTERESTS
During my free time I like to help my parents especially my mother. I always help my mother with home activities like cleaning and cooking whereby this helps me to learn management and priotizing tasks. I also have my young siblings who study so I often teach them too at home, so I also perform knowledge sharing.
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Bertha Bwimba
Information and Communication Technology
NLab Innovation Academy
Tanzania

3940 SEK
remaining in total
school fee per year
50% of degree funded
Year of graduation: 2023
Number of years supported by Help to Help: 2
My dream job is to become a website designer. By studying Information Technology I believe that I will be able to reach my dream!
My dream job is to become a website designer. By studying Information Technology I believe that I will be able to reach my dream!
BACKGROUND
I grew up in a family of two parents with six kids, I am the third in the list with 19 years of age and I have five siblings. At Primary education I went to Karume Primary School and for secondary school I went to Makurumla Secondary School, they are both government schools located in Dar es Salaam. Now I am enrolled at Nlab Innovation Academy. My father is a personal car mechanic and my mother is a housewife. My parents wish is always that I will do well in my studies.
MY CHOICE OF STUDIES
I chose this field of study because it is the field that is super growing recently in my country and touches all other remaining fields. But also it is not necessary for people in this profession to be employed. There is a big possibility and a huge chance of them to employ themselves at a wide perspective. My dream job is to become a website designer. That is my dream job because in my society there are problems that I want to solve by using the skills and knowledge of website. I want to provide a solution which will be web based hence due to studying Information Technology I believe that I will be able to reach my dream.
INTERESTS
During my free time I like to help my parents especially my mother. I always help my mother with home activities like cleaning and cooking whereby this helps me to learn management and priotizing tasks. I also have my young siblings who study so I often teach them too at home, so I also perform knowledge sharing.

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Bertha Bwimba

April 14, 2022
In the first semester I learned a lot of things first I learned communication skills on how to talk with people of all ages in the right language I also learned critical thinking which will help me when I start to make changes in my community by teaching them different things. In this photo, I was in Dar es salaam, doing a hardware maintenance, learning on how to connect wire to a hard disk

April 14, 2022

In the first semester I learned a lot of things first I learned communication skills on how to talk with people of all ages in the right language I also learned critical thinking which will help me when I start to make changes in my community by teaching them different things. In this photo, I was in Dar es salaam, doing a hardware maintenance, learning on how to connect wire to a hard disk

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