Mozilla is partnering with Digital Divide Data (DDD) to create the Digital Skills Observatory: a research initiative which seeks to understand learning, digital skills, and digital financial services in Kenya.
We will engage 150 first-time smartphone users in Kenya as they discover and use new technology and the Internet. Responding to their needs and aspirations, we will create software and curriculum to enhance participants’ learning experiences and better understand how mobile technology can be used and taught in diverse, disparate, and remote communities.
The Mozilla Reps program is open to all Mozillians who are 18 years
of age and above. Before you become a Mozilla Rep, you must
complete a short but rigorous application process in order to
demonstrate your interest in and motivation for joining the
program. Are you ready to take on the challenges and rewards
of advancing your leadership to the next level in Mozilla? If
your answer is YES, apply to become a Mozilla Rep today!
Not sure if you're ready for Mozilla Reps? There are many other
ways to take the lead in the Mozilla Community. If you're a
student, register for
the Campus Clubs
program to gain experience leading projects at your
school. And all of our contributor opportunities are available
to you on the Get
The Mozilla Reps application process involves three simple
steps. Ready? Let's get started!
Thanks for your interest in making the Web better with Mozilla!