Data Literacy Skillscourse is a free program that focuses on basic data skills. The goal of this course is to develop your growth mindset, deepen your critical thinking skills, make you confident in navigating spreadsheets and creating charts.
Currently, this course is exclusive to our partner FHMoms. We invite people who have absolutely 0 background in data to enroll for free with their friends when this course goes public. In the meantime, you can join the waitlist!
Level up your existing freelancer, entrepreneur, and hobbyist skillset with data literacy skills! Going through this program puts you on the path for constant lifelong learning. But if you decide to pursue the Eskwelabs Mentorship track, you can use this as your starting point.
We pay our mentors Php 500/hr. Work from home to support your dreams, stabilize your family's future, and empower the community you're part of.
Data sprints or learning sprints are the building blocks of our bootcamps where you create your data projects.
In Data Literacy Skillscourse, we make the projects personal to you and also professional so you can share them with your future employers, clients, and mentees.
Discover why and how you can be the most beautiful data project you'll ever work on!
Apply goal-setting techniques when you visualize your ideal future self. You'll use this vision of your "future self" to create a data visualization of how you spend your time. After all, how you spend your days will impact your direction in life—closer to or away from your dream "future self."
Currently, this course is exclusive to our partner FHMoms. In the meantime, you can join the waitlist!
If you're an FHMoms community member, enroll here for free and it'll kickstart your application.
Wait for the official "Welcome email" from our team. This will inform you that you're officially enrolled. Everything you need to know about the program like schedules, topics, tools, and the course format will be answered there.
Attend the orientation event. The date of this event will be included in the "Welcome email."