Do you have what it takes to be an entrepreneur? Would you like to learn to develop your own business and marketing strategy? The nFrnds Entrepreneurs Fellowship partnership with kLab is launching in Kigali on May 8th will provide hands-on entrepreneurial experience, training and mentor-ship to selected graduates who would like to develop their skills in marketing, sales, business development and more!
For more information and how to apply:Click here. (No technological background required).
During October 5th - 9th last year, the Africa Code Week took place in Rwanda. Over 800 students at five primary schools had been taught in programming. In order to have the proper IT equipment at the school sites specially equipped buses from RDB had been provided.
Due to the positive acceptance and feedback given on the initiative kLab and Gira ICT organized a second, similar training that took place from December 14th - 17th: during their holidays over 400 primary students were also trained to code using Scratch 2.0.
In the long run it is intended to train at least 100 refugee girls and 25 trainers from each camp in Rwanda on how to code. Despite the initiative one of the main challenges remains: lack of access to computers at the camp sites. If this is not overcome refugees will be left behind when it comes to digital literacy.
For those interested in studying in Japan,here comes an opportunity for you:
The third batch of ABE Initiative Master’s program has been launched.The deadline for application will be Monday, 27th October 2015.
The required documents are:
For kLab tenants that wish to apply, in order for us to help you get recommendations from Japan, bring all the required documents at kLab in the General Manager's office on Monday, 27th October 2015 at 11AM sharp. And please share this information with as many people as possible.
In case you need the documents to fill in for your application,send us an email to:firstname.lastname@example.org