Coderhouse And Endeavor Join Forces To Launch Courses For Entrepreneurs in Latin America

Coderhouse, the online learning platform, and Endeavor, the global network of “high-impact entrepreneurs,” announced their partnership to train digital entrepreneurship students in Latin America.

The academic offer, created by Coderhouse and certified by Endeavor, consists of two courses: Digital Culture and Entrepreneurial Mindset. With them, both firms aim to provide techniques and work tools that help entrepreneurs innovatively manage projects and develop a high-impact entrepreneurial mindset.

The courses will be delivered online and live starting in July and can be purchased through the Coderhouse website. They will be part of the CoderBeca program, which rewards student engagement with a 70% discount.

“Our mission is to democratize education in Latin America. This collaboration with Endeavor will allow us to continue on this path and help drive thousands of entrepreneurs to continue transforming the continent,” said Christian Patiño, CEO and Co-Founder of Coderhouse, in a statement.

Patricia Gameros, Advocacy Director at Endeavor Mexico, said that access to this type of education “allows acquiring new skills to compete in the working world and see entrepreneurship as a way to generate sources of income in the countries.”

The pandemic boosted online learning and the growth of edtech companies such as Coderhouse in the region. These startups broke investment records in 2021 with 3.6 times more funds than in 2020. 

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