Expanding Opportunities in Technology in East Africa


Nairobi
Bootcamp

We hold an intensive 4-week bootcamp in June to introduce high school graduates taking a gap year to computer programming. Almost every graduate takes a gap year before college in Kenya, and some use this opportunity to develop life skills and figure out the path they want to take in life.

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UC Berkeley Mentors
Mentorship

Mentorship is a critical strategy for improving the lives of young people, boosting their social development, and chances of long term success. Our community of mentors are university scholars and graduates of top schools in the US, Canada, South Africa, and Kenya.

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Computer Science Clubs
High School Clubs

Most Kenyan high school students never get the chance to gain critical digital skills due to a lack of enough instructors on the subject and a lack of the necessary resources. Computer Science clubs allow them to develop important skills that they can use further in their education and the job market.

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Online Learning
Online Learning

Even though internet penetration in Kenya is growing at an exponential rate, young people in remote areas still can't access learning content online. Very few internet users are willing to watch videos online due to the high cost of data. Our approach is to make content available for them offline.

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