Featured By Mugethi Gitau / August 16, 2013
Kids Hacker Camp at iHub
The Kids Hacker Camp is a 6 day long camp for kids aged between 10 – 18 years, who are interested in making, creating, crafting, hacking, tinkering, and discovery.
The objectives of the camp are to:
- Facilitate kids to have fun making, creating, crafting, hacking, tinkering
- Enable kids to work in teams with their peers and mentors
- Empower kids to think creatively and learn by hands-on interaction
- Provide kids with a basic foundation of hardware hacking
- Provide a platform for kids to showcase their projects
The kids will work in a team and each team will have a mentor and a tech intern to guide them along. They will then get to demonstrate what they have built. This camp is an initiative to have Kenyan kids exposed to the hardware innovation side of tech.
The camp runs from Monday,26th August to Saturday,31st August, 2013.
Admissions are now closed. Thank you for your interest.
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david iheomaguzo at 13:19:42PM Thursday, February 20, 2014
i live in nigeria how can i join the ihub cam i am interisted please i need your helpReply
Mugethi Gitau at 14:46:36PM Thursday, February 20, 2014
You can become a White Member by going to http://ihub.co.ke/register and filling in your details.Reply
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