Register Your Ward ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘‡๐ŸพPlease read to the end, limited spaces available.

We are running an exciting and innovative programme this summer,
Real skills and super fun await your wards from August from 14th – 25th 2019!

There are two options for your wards, either the day camp or in-house residential option.

An understanding of computer science is becoming increasingly essential in today’s world. The ability to code and understand the power of computing is crucial for student’s success in our hyper-connected world.

In the classroom, coding is linked to improved problem solving and analytical reasoning…and more!

This will not just be a summer of learning how to code, your wards will be introduced to technology, reading habits, internet safety, knowledge sharing and character development. They will be equipped with 21st century digital skills that stimulates their physical and mental development.

What they will learn?

This summer camp will include a wide range of activities, not just learning to code, but learning to make DIY art and crafts. They will learn HTML, CSS and Python and will have a class project to present on the final day to their parents and guardians.

Summer camp begins:

  • 10.00 am: August 14th 2019 – Arrival and settling into residence on the hub premises (for wards staying in-residence).
  • 10.00 am: August 15th 2019 for day campers. Classes run till 3.00 pm every Monday to Saturday, lunch will be provided for your ward(s) for free. NO AFRICAN TIME PLEASE!

Summer camp ends:

Sunday, August 25th 2019. All parents/guardians are mandated to attend the final presentation of projects from the campers and what they learnt during their stay! This begins by 01.00 pm and ends by 03.00 pm

Planned daily activity will be published soon!

What are the costs?

This summer camp is totally FREE.

One payment we require from those who will be dropping off their kids daily is ‘make a commitment to ensure your ward(s) does not miss a class. The other payment for parents/guardians registering their wards is to ensure your ward(s) have a functional personal computer, at this time we are unable to provide computers for all.

For parents/guardians who would prefer to have their ward(s) stay in our residence for the two week duration, please note that a token of NGN7,300 ($20) applies only for feeding (breakfast, lunch & dinner) and accommodation. The summer camp is still FREE. Kindly click here to pay for your ward.

In House Residence Advantages

Your ward(s) will be accommodated in comfortable chalets. Environmental is big and ideal for families with enough spaces for long walks. They will be close to nature, yet in a gated and secure environment. They will be fully immersed in the programme and benefit from Story and movie nights. Their meals will be prepared by our in residence chef, toiletries will be provided too. You will not also have to take them home and back every day for the two week duration. We have separate accommodation for girls and boys, and a minder will be with them at all times when they are not in class. Mary, our host will be on-site at all times within this period.

Click here to register your teenager(s). More information will be communicated upon registration.

We are equally working on making the in house residential option free but we need sponsors, if you would like to support our goals, please click here to donate. We accept equipment and physical resources too, kindly contact us and we will arrange pick-up. Thank you.

Spaces are limited so apply early please.

Hosts/Instructors:

Mary is a Founder and Product Manager at How Do You Tech, a social enterprise with a mission to provide answers to tech problems and challenges for Africans, and a vision to promote #Tech4All regardless of skillset and background. When she’s not teaching digital skills at Uwani Hub, she’s volunteering for the WordPress Open Source Community, Tech4Good Netsquared Community and the Internet Governance Society.

Mary M. Job
You can connect with her via her website – maryjob.com

Adedayo is a CMS Evangelist and founder at Jibi Technologies, a frequent speaker at CMS Africa, an annual initiative that promotes Content Management System adoption and use on the African landscape. She has a B.Sc. in Computer Science from the prestigious University of Lagos, and over ten years experience working in the Information Technology sector. When she is not speaking and volunteering, she can be found reading, swimming or writing short stories for Kunku, a storyteller app for kids.

Adedayo Adeniyi
You can connect with her on Twitter @Daydah

Do you have questions. We expect you would have. Please click here to send us an email right-away! You can also call, sms, or WhatsApp us on +234 809 394 4674 and +234 903 456 9268.