The TeenCode Holiday Program 2019 (For Young Programmers)
Do you know of an S.6 vacist that loves technology? Tell them about TeenCode at Andela. This is a free holiday program that could get them started on their software career.
TeenCode pairs volunteer professional developers with teenagers so they teach students how to build programs that solve useful problems.
TeenCode Holiday Program
TeenCode Africa is an initiative started by Andela developers to establish/introduce programming among African teenagers from high school. This is in a bid to accelerate the development of technology in Africa as part of Andela’s mission. The initiative aims to create opportunities for African teenagers to pick up programming at an early stage. Knowing brilliance is evenly distributed, this would help shape the beginnings of technological leaders in Africa and the rest of the world.
The TeenCode holiday program is run by Andela developers who take time out of their busy schedules to reach out to teenagers, build their curriculum, engineer different applications to be used and take part in PR activities.
“I was in love with our session and our instructor Gertrude. It was challenging, fun and inspirational. Now I know I can be an IT expert. I look forward to more classes.”Joyce Kinuthia – Form 4 Arts Student (MaryLeakey Girls High School, Nairobi)
Event Date and Location
- The TeenCode holiday program will run for 2 days a week for 6 weeks starting from 7th January 2019.
- Entrance is absolutely FREE to all accepted participants.
- Participants will have to facilitate their own transport as this is a free program.
- The free holiday program will take place at Andela Offices located on plot 103, Kira Road, Kampala.
How to Attend
Interested? Follow the link below to register for a spot at the TeenCode holiday program.
Once accepted into the program you will receive an email with more details by 3rd January 2019. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call / WhatsApp +256752969844.
Deadline: 1st January 2019