• April 8th, 2013
  • Posted by Angela Oduor

AkiraChix to host Girls in ICT Day on 27th April 2013

We are all aware that career paths are chosen, or at least heavily decided upon on completion of High School in Kenya. This is one of the reasons why AkiraChix has embarked on mentoring young girls in high school through visits, and bootcamps during school holidays, in line with its vision of creating a successful force of women in technology

This month, on 27th April 2013, AkiraChix will be hosting a Girls in ICT day event, aiming at exposing these young ladies to some of the career opportunities available to them in the tech industry. They will get to interact with girls who have benefited from the mentorship program in the past, as well as women working in the tech industry, both locally and globally. This event(in partnership with Google Kenya and ITU, who are the brains behind the Girls in ICT initiative) will be held at the iHub on 27th April 2013, between 9 a.m and 4.30 p.m.

Designed by AkiraChix Training programme Beneficiary, Fridah Oyaro

We will continue to provide updates as we get closer to the day of the event.

If you have a sister/friend in high school who you think would benefit or would like to know how you can participate or help make this event a big hit, feel free to get in touch with us via info@akirachix.com for further information.


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3 Comments to “AkiraChix to host Girls in ICT Day on 27th April 2013”

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  1. John Troon says:

    We need to be aware of what others are doing, applaud their efforts, acknowledge their successes, and encourage them in their pursuits. When we all help one another, everybody wins. Kudos AkiraChix! Nice Event :)

  2. Lavine Oluoch says:

    What do I need to attend the event?

  3. AkiraChix Team says:

    Hi Lavine, you can sign up here:-


    See you then!


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