Ever wondered why we do what we do? Working till 4am in the morning? Going the extra mile for our valued clients even when we not expected to? It is of great importance to us at Mind Trix Media that you clearly understand why we do what we do as an establishment.
Our vision at Mind Trix Media is to make a tangible difference in the lives of previously disadvantaged South African youth. We sort to develop a design / web development academy in Guguletu which would up skill and develop youth within the LSM1 – LSM5 bracket through education. The aim is to offer learner ships to the previously disadvantaged individuals of Guguletu and beyond which would result in a multitude of skilled labourers for South Africa as a whole.
This grass root level intervention entails partnering with one of the best web development schools in South Africa which is also known as a Niche school in the market currently – Concept Interactive. Through this partnership we aim at acquiring the relevant skilled and experienced web development lecturers from Concept Interactive to facilitate good quality comprehensive tuition.
With Concept Interactive having been in the industry for more than 20 years we can rest assured that the beneficiaries of our learner ships will come out ready and on path with the required industry standards possessing the needed competitive edge to get into the work enviroment with ease.
The beauty of our cause is in the fact that:
Not only do we teach the poor how to catch a fish but in addition we take them out into the ocean to get an opportunity to catch a school of fish not for us as an establishment but for themselves and the well being of their families.
What we mean with the above statement is that not only will we teach these previously disadvantaged individuals web development and give them the scarce skills to get into the market but we aim to employ our excelling students at Mind Trix Media and recomending them to all our allies around South Africa and abroad. This gives them an opportunity to become contributing bread winners within these poor households and in many cases the sole bread winners through this intervention.
This will ultimately result in poverty alleviation, social development, up skilling of a nation, sustainable job creation and a multitude of skilled labourers for our country as a whole which would impact / reduce our communities level of crime.