Blog Post

2018 Summer Camp

Computer Programming is paramount in the modern world, and it will only continue developing over time. Gadgets and software is a way forward for many children in the other parts of the world, and we feel it is our duty to ensure that the willingness and passion for technology, gadgets and software increases among Nigerian kids, and eventually the whole of Africa.

TechQuest Summer Camp is an intensive 2-week Information Technology Training Program designed for primary and secondary children. Participants will learn the fundamentals of the web, animation, robotics and game design using tools and a curriculum at par with their age mates from San Francisco to Beijing.

At TechQuest, we believe every African child should learn (know) how to program a computer.  We are targeting a minimum of 30% of the participants being female. Working with partners, sponsors and non-profits, we also aim to have 30% of participants being less privileged or disadvantaged children.

TechQuest programs are an engaging, fun-filled experience for children in a conducive environment through hands-on interactive lessons and projects.

In 2016, TechQuest partnered Hon Desmond Elliot to deliver training to 1000 Lagos kids in what has become known as one of the largest STEM camps in Nigeria to date. The training was for 2 weeks and held across 4 locations in Lagos State.

Our course curriculum is fully broken down into modules to allow a full hands-on experience for the kids. Our engaging and exciting mobile game camp teaches children how to make mobile game apps and animations from scratch. This requires great skill and a passion for the latest mobile platforms and games.