The Intel Code Ninjas program is a fantastic way to be a part of the larger Intel community globally, and to help design ways in which your university can best participate in this
vibrant community of developers, the Intel Developer Zone - Africa.
Send us a 250-word personal statement in which you tell us about yourself, what you're studying and why, and what kind of impact you believe technology can create in Kenya. You don't need to write this like it's a school assignment - make it interesting and let us really know why we should pick you! Email this statement to:
rachel [at] ihub.co.ke
The Intel Code Ninja program is open to university students around the country. We're currently working with Strathmore University and JKUAT, but drop us a line if you're interested in bringing the program to your university.
You must be a registered undergraduate student in any of the Kenyan universities in which we're working. Year and course don't matter, but you have to be decently tech-savvy to participate.
For starters, it's really cool! You'd be helping put together locally relevant projects for your universities (talks, trainings, competitions, etc) while partnering with one of the world's top tech companies. You'd have access to some of the best minds from the Intel community, as well as opportunities to attend cool events around the globe. You'd also have a chance to gain internship with Intel or one of its partners.