1337 – L’École 42 est à Khouribga

Comme des centaines de jeunes à travers le pays, neuf de nos participants au programme MOMKIN ont postulé pour s’inscrire à la prochaine rentrée de cette école.

Khadija, Soufiane, Samira, Samir, Mostafa, Hind, Abdelhamid, Smail et Ridouane ont été convoqué pour passer un entretien.

Voici le témoignage de Samira et Soufiane.

Témoignage de Samira :

Après un déplacement en car, nous sommes arrivés à Khouribga le 26 juin 2018. Le jour du rendez-vous, les candidats étaient nombreux. Nous avons assisté à une présentation de l’école par son directeur Larbi EL HILAL.

Ensuite, il a répondu aux questions des candidats sur le logement, le langage informatique à utiliser durant la formation et les dates du prochain rendez- vous (la piscine). Après cela, nous avons visité les locaux de 1337. Les membres du staff nous ont expliqués les consignes à suivre en tant qu’étudiant au sein de l’école et les sanctions en cas d’infraction des règles.

Personnellement, j’ai beaucoup apprécié la méthode d’enseignement de l’école (peer to peer learning) et l’espace agréable pour pratiquer la programmation informatique (une grande salle informatique bien équipée, la médiathèque, l’espace culturel, la salle de sport et de détente). Un environnement motivant.

 

Témoignage de Soufiane :

On june 26, I’ve arrived to Khouribga city with my friends and colleagues from Connect Institute, to surpass another step of joining the newly opened coding school called “1337”, which is a new school of it kind, similarly to Connect Institute in some of its main core concept, like learning in pair-to-pair, freely on an open space of creativity, but different when it comes to its focus which is coding and technology, for the goal to train high skilled developers, that don’t just acquire the techniques, but also the soft skills like communication and collaboration, and developing the skills to be self-organized and working hard…, that they really need to solve real life problems.

I had no idea what to expect, but to do an interview and meeting the school staff or something similar. I went to the school the same day after I got myself a room at the hotel, I got a taxi and arrived to the school, I was surprised where the expected meeting’s took place, We’ve checked-in with our invitations that were sent to us earlier through their website, and then all who arrived like me waited, until we later on were guided to attend a presentation about the school in a a large exposition room, where we saw the the director of the school himself who talked to us about the school’s unique program, and what we should have to get in. After that we were given a tour by the staff of the school in groups, the dedicated space of the school was enormous, and the buildings were modern and tall, vastly placed around from each other, some levels in a building were well equipped with computers and desks for the upcoming students, in addition to showers, and a cafeteria, we were eventually able to proceed the singing up in their website, and choose an appointment to their immersive month long test, that will prove our eligibility to join the school.

I had the chance to see the city for the first time, and I’m thankful to Connect Institute for helping us, and I hope everyone gets accepted including myself.

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