Welcome to our Class Blog

Mary, Ali and the Tech Lady Bootcamp Crew
Mary, Ali and the Tech Lady Bootcamp Crew

Our class blog was created for all individuals, young and old who have passed through any of our coding & digital skills workshops, summer camps, training, bootcamps, and masterclasses.

While they may not all be able to maintain a blog of their own at the moment, we are encouraging them to share their stories and experiences on our blog.

Everyone has a story and we each have something we can learn from one another. We want to listen!

and support where we can!

Our first teen coding summer camp was inspired by Mary and it was a success, thanks to sponsors and instructors. We have gone on to host two other teenagers’ summer camps after that.

Same goes for our first Tech Lady Bootcamp 2019, Mary did a fundraiser for her birthday to make this happen, thanks to all who sponsored that event and took the classes.

Mary, Creator; Uwani Hub

Our Hub will once again be open to individuals from our neighborhood from October 1st 2021, to enable us achieve our Vision 2030 goals. Adequate covid guidelines will be followed. All teenagers must be accompanied by a Parent or Guardian on their first day!

If you would like to contribute to the success of our goals, we also appreciate equipment support and course subscriptions. We still have our sights set on the Google Expedition Kit and Makerspaces Kits. we will keep putting in our best to achieving our goals of making an impact.

Signed.

Mary Job (For Uwani Hub)

27 comments

  1. Great job guys. Sky is your beginning. Coding is the next stuff in the world. Coding is everything, everything’s coding.

  2. Great job and keep on doing these kind of things to grow the community and teach others the beautiful, sometimes lifechanging things coding and participating in a community can do.

  3. Hi Kids,
    I believe you’ve had a great time learning the basics of coding. I believe you are going to make the most of the skills and opportunities you’ve acquired.
    I’m also sure you will find ways of making things that will make us proud in future.
    I want you to know that there’s no time like the present. Keep your fingers on that keyboard till you make it. Don’t wait till life passes you.

    God bless you all.

  4. Congratulations on your uncommon opportunity to start early to enter the coding world.
    The world is now a global village. Keep on keeping on. Well done for the efforts put in already.

    1. Thank you for all support Emeka. Please no one should eat Elephants o, they are beautiful and majestic creatures. I know its just an adage but I am pleading to anyone who plans to eat an Elephant, DON’T!

  5. Well done Mary!
    This dream came true through sheer determination to overcome all odds, irrespective of the climate and conditions. Good work!
    Well done to the students – you have the rare chance to start your IT journey at this tender age. Don’t waste it.
    Don’t relax after camp either. Keep practicing and I can assure you that you will see more opportunities unfold before your very eyes.

  6. Congratulations on working hard and being successful at learning something new. The world looks forward to seeing what you contribute in the future.

  7. Wow! Congratulations, Kids, on learning how to code. Welcome to the exciting world of computers.

  8. These are wonderful works to empower African youth, teens and young adults to be the future digital leaders.
    This will empower many youth to see new careers in technology that was not available before. Keep up the
    leadership, inspiration and engagement of how powerful education is and the value of digital learning.
    We provide the WPJax Kids Meetup online in Jacksonville, Florida and is held the 3rd Tuesday of each month
    at 5pm. Everyone is invited to see how we hold our meetup for kids and can participate.
    https://www.meetup.com/wordpress-jacksonville/

    1. Thank you William for stopping by and offering words of support and encouragement. Perhaps we can take part in your meetups for kids soon, thanks for sharing that.

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