Registration: Gap Year Club
The re:learn Gap Year Club is specially designed for teens who have completed secondary school, and have a year (or a few months) before starting at the University. The curriculum is specially designed to kickstart their careers and maximise the months at home before resuming University.

There are 2 tracks to choose from:
Track 1. Creating Your Web Presence: this provides a foundation for web development. Students learn HTML/CSS and JavaScript. At the end of this programme each teen will have their own personal website, as well as a list of portfolio projects they have designed.

Track 2. Programming the World Around You: this track provides a foundation for computer programming and an introduction to physical computing. Through programming, teens get to control lights, buzzers, build computer applications and build smart apps that send notifications. While not a requirement, this track is especially recommended for kids interested in pursuing Computer Science or Engineering degrees, or kids who generally like tinkering with stuff or working with their hands.

Date: 12th February - 17th March, 2018
Time: 10:00AM - 2:00PM
Duration: 5 weeks (Classes hold every Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays)


Closing Event: Demo Day- an event to showcase projects and conclude classes- holds on Saturday 17th March, 2018 at 11:00AM

Fees:
Fees cover tuition, a T-shirt, and goody bag filled with surprises

Track 1: Creating your Web Presence (N55,000)
Track 2: Programming the World Around You (N55,000)

Locations:

Abuja - The re:learn Centre, 1st Floor, T.Y. Danjuma Foundation, 35 Fandriana Close, off Oda Close, off Dar es Salam Crescent, off Aminu Kano Way, Wuse 2, Abuja

Lagos - Co-Creation Hub Nigeria, 5th Floor, 294 Herbert Macaulay Way, Yaba

Be sure to sign up your kids early as admission is on a first come basis.

To start your registration please submit your email address and complete the form below:

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