WAAW Foundation (S)he hacks Africa Coding Bootcamp 2019 for Students
Are you dreaming of launching a tech startup or working in tech organisations ,like Andela? Apply for the non-residential She Hacks Africa coding bootcamp 2019.
Application Deadline: Application closes 1 week to the commencement of each Cohort.
To Be Taken At (Country): Nigeria
About the Award: Each Coding Boot Camp Cohort will run from Mondays to Fridays, 9 am to 4 pm over a four week period and will involve very interactive, project-based and hands-on practical learning sessions.
With our commitment to building the capacity of Young African Youths & Women in Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship, the curriculum cover critical areas for successfully building a new Tech Business, it includes:
- Leadership: Art and Act of Leadership, Emotional Intelligence, Goal Settings
- Entrepreneurship: Social Entrepreneurship, Strategies for Impact, Building Impactful Business Model & Plan, Marketing, Finance & Accounting, Business Pitching
- Must be an African Youth, 18 years and above.
- Should be completing or have completed University or Higher Education.
- Must have a strong academic background.
- Have Access to a Laptop
- Prior experience coding or a degree in STEM is encouraged but not required.
Number of Awards: Not specified
Value of Award:
- Sponsorship support to cover the all-inclusive tuition fees for the selected Participants all through the 4-week Boot Camp has been provided.
- Tech Business Startup Grant (for the winners of the Pitch Competition)
- Mentoring and Advisory Support from WAAW Foundation
- Access to Free Web & Mobile App Development Tools including other Business Support Tools & Applications
Duration of Programme:
How to Apply: Applicants can apply via
Award Providers: WAAW Foundation
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