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TechQuest Camp is Where Your Child Should be this Holiday

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Over the most recent 2 years, TechQuest has conveyed STEM preparing to more than 2000 African kids crosswise over 5 Nigerian states including Lagos

TechQuest has declared the opening of its 2017 summer camps. This lead occasion program for kids matured 6 to 16 – TechQuest Camp Summer 2017 has been running since 2015 and has conveyed preparing to approximately 2000 African children.

This year, Access Bank, ColdStone Creamery and BH Stripes will be joining the developing rundown of accomplices for Africa’s preeminent STEM preparing association TechQuest.

TechQuest Summer Camp is a serious 2-week Information Technology Training Program intended for essential and optional kids where they will take in the basics of the web, movement, apply autonomy and amusement configuration utilizing instruments and an educational programs at standard their age mates from San Francisco to Beijing.

TechQuest wants to hold 6 camps crosswise over Nigeria this mid year, with 4 of these camps in Lagos and at least 30% of the members being focused on females. Working with accomplices, supports and non-benefits TechQuest expects to have 30% of members being less special kids.

The program is intended to keep running for 7 hours every day (9 am – 4pm), 5 (or 6) days seven days from Monday, July 17, 2017.

Over the most recent 2 years, TechQuest has conveyed STEM preparing to more than 2000 African youngsters crosswise over 5 Nigerian states including Lagos. In 2016, TechQuest banded together Hon Desmond Elliot to convey preparing to 1000 Lagos kids in what has turned out to be known as one of the biggest STEM camps in Nigeria to date. The preparation was for 2 weeks and held crosswise over 4 areas in Lagos State. TechQuest focuses to convey STEM instruction to no less than 10000 African children by 2020. This will be done as FREE supported projects, national STEM rivalries, end of the week clubs and Summer Camps.

TechQuest focuses to convey STEM training to no less than 10000 African children by 2020. This will be done as FREE supported projects, national STEM rivalries, end of the week clubs and Summer Camps.

Different components of the 2017 Summer Camps incorporate Ice Cream Fridays at ColdStone Creamery, Office kids at Access Bank Technology Studio, Interactive Quizzes by Tutor Doctor and monetary education amusements by Early Savers Club.

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