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Sign up for November Dev & Genius Skwad Camps!

2016-10-31T07:12:07+00:00

We’re excited to announce that AkiraChix will be hosting coding camps for primary and high school students this November during the long school holidays. As part of our long-term strategy to create individual identities for our programs and activities, we’ve rebranded these coding camps. We’re creating young hardcore geniuses and developers with a wealth of [...]

Powerful lessons on mentorship: A recap of the 2016 Mentorship pairing exercise

2017-05-23T17:15:59+00:00

(Guest Blog post by Judy Alice King'ori, 2016 Mentor) Akirachix held a mentorship pairing exercise, dubbed "speed mentoring" on 9th April, 2015. We are excited for the start of our 2016 mentorship program! #Repost @angelaoduor with @repostapp. ・・・ Packed room :). About to start out Speed mentoring session. This is a matching exercise we are [...]

It’s time to hop onto the Geek Girl Festival 2016 train!

2017-05-23T17:16:00+00:00

In less than 10 days, AkiraChix will be hosting it’s fourth annual Geek Girl Festival, on Saturday 23rd April 2016. Are you excited? WE ARE! We’re switching things up completely. While we’ve traditionally created a mix of talks and panel discussions with short learning sessions, this year, we’re going to be doing deep dive practical [...]

First Semester down, two more to go for the AkiraChix training program!

2017-05-23T17:16:00+00:00

This journey began in October 2015(as it does every year). We received more than 60 applications, and successfully recruited 16 students from the pool of applicants, in what was a series of meetings with AkiraChix trainers, aptitude tests and face to face interviews with potential candidates. We deliberately selected a smaller pool of students this [...]

Connecting with AkiraChix Training Program Alumni

2017-05-23T17:16:00+00:00

In the last six years of AkiraChix’s existence, we have graduated 89 girls, and one boy from the AkiraChix training program, having trained 4 cohorts of students on programming, design and entrepreneurship in the hopes of developing their capacity and skills in computer literacy, computer programming (for both mobile and web applications), computer hardware, graphic [...]