TechQuest Club Partners
TechQuest believes every child should know how to program a computer. Aligning with our mission to train 1,000,000 young Africans by 2020, we will be training over 5,000 kids across 7 states in Nigeria; Lagos, Enugu, Plateau, Abuja, Anambra, Osun and Ibadan before the end of the year 2018.

TeachAKid2Code is a program that introduces kids to their first line of code. Clubs will be created at various locations through which kids will be taught to code; in collaboration with schools, communities, hubs and ICT centers.

We are committing to training your kids or the kids around your local community for free through our TechQuest Club as long as you are willing to provide the facility needed for the training. Thank you for volunteering your organization to be a part of this program.

The greatest gift we can give to these kids is to prepare them for the technological advancing world ahead. Posterity will be grateful for this.

More information:

Name of School or Center *
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State *
Address (specific location) *
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Website (if available)
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Name of Contact Person *
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Designation in school or center *
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Email Address *
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Phone number *
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Does your school/center have a computer lab? *
How many students can your computer lab sit at a time? *
How many functioning computers are available? *
Do you have a computer lab instructor? *
Does your facility have backup power? *
Does your facility have internet facility? *
What schedule is best for your school/center? *
This should be flexible as it may not be exactly like this. Duration: 6 hours per student.
What sessions are suitable? *
This should align with the choice you made above. You can choose more than one session if you selected any 6-hour option.
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