Meet Mohammed Al-Elian, a driven 22-year-old from Jordan’s Zaatari refugee camp where he has been living for over a decade. Despite limited resources, he never lost his passion for learning. When formal education was out of reach, he taught himself English and honed new skills while supporting his family.
The pandemic led Mohammed to remote work and coding – now he’s thriving in one of Blossom Hill Fellows Alexandra Clare and Marcello Bonatto’s bootcamps! More than just coding, it’s a community of collective growth and diverse perspectives. Here, education transcends boundaries through online flexibility and real-world projects.
For Mohammed, the experience has been transformative – building skills, confidence and vision for the future. His educational journey showcases the power of determination and online learning to open new possibilities, even in the most challenging contexts! Mohammed’s story inspires us all to keep chasing our dreams.