We need your votes! We are excited to announce that Africa Teen Geeks is a finalist in the category of “Building a Better, More Inclusive Digital World”
The University of Johannesburg and Africa Teen Geeks in partnership with the Department of Basic Education and UNICEF will be hosting a Teacher Training workshop on 30 October 2021.
Africa Teen Geeks (ATG) is committed to educating, inspiring and equipping young people with the skills, resources and experience to pursue Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) careers and close the opportunity gap through quality education. Our drive is to eliminate the barriers faced by the disadvantaged communities in pursuing STEM. It gives us great privilege and honor to announce ATG as a strategic partner supporting the Nelson Mandela Foundation on Mandela Day in action against poverty and foundation programmes for Education.
The Competition is now closed. A massive thank you to all of you that submitted entries and also to all who viewed, bumped, commented, and generally been supportive. It really is most appreciated. So, from us to you all SENDING A BIG THANK YOU!
Africa Tech Weekday 1 took off yesterday, to new heights. We had a galaxy of out-of-this-world speakers, including the panel discussion by Marian Croak, vice president of engineering at Google and Lindiwe Matali founder and CEO of Africa Teen Geeks.