More than 85% of young people in our community do not have access to quality Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education. This is the gap TeenHack Inclusive Project is working on addressing across underserved communities in Abia State.
Our Aim & Objectives
- Promote Sustainable Development Goal (SDG)
Help young people access quality technology education and promote technology education inclusion.
- Reduce Poverty & Hardship
Empower young people with lifetime on-demand skills for job placement and creations across Africa.
- Increase Economic Growth
Foster entrepreneurship and development of technology innovations to enhance economic health of Africa.
TeenHack Scope & Focus
Through TeenHack, Kids are exposed to other kids across the world who are transforming their space through technology alongside the real impact of technology across different sectors.
TeenHack is crafted to provide kids and teens a personalized and hands-on learning on Computer Coding, Robotics Engineering, Game Programming, and other current trends in technology.
- Innovation & Creativity
Kid’s imagination can be expressed wholly through a tool that allows them to realize everything they are thinking, TeenHack help provide them with tools to turn imagination into innovation and creativity.
- Problem Solving
Learning how to code introduces kids to problem solving. We expose kids to real life challenges and projects in which they are coached on how to give the right solution and approach to them.
- Critical Thinking
TeenHack helps to build up kids to think fast and logically. We have set out a curricullum to make sure that each kid improves adequately in terms of thinking and giving out fast solution to problems.
There is need for tech entrepreneurship education for kids/teenagers across Africa. We’re assiduously working towards seeing young people using their new-found skills to build innovating products.