Girls In Tech
African Girls In Tech is a 5-month program designed to provide training, mentorship, career and entrepreneurial prospects to young African women, leveraging modern technology and Agile skills to improve their livelihood, develop economic catalysts, and bridge the gender and economic gap in underserved regions.
TrainH3R: By 2030, 500,000 girls will have received training
MentorH3R: By 2030, 80% of the trained females will have access to professional networks, career growth, and support.
HireH3R: By 2030, 60% will be employed
IncubateH3R: By 2030, 10% of graduates will become founders of tech startups.
School of Product
School of Engineering
School of Decentralized Technologies
School of Data
GIT stands for Girls in Tech
The GIT program lasts for 5 months
- Product Design( UI/UX)
- Front-End Development
- Back-End Development
- Scrum Mastery
- Product Management
- Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning
- Data Science
- Branding and Marketing
The program runs two to three times in a year.
Yes, all of our courses are hands-on, with a three-day hackathon challenge using the scrum framework in the eighth week.
No, it’s strictly for girls/females
Yes, there are two assessments that candidates must score 80% and above in order to be accepted into the bootcamp.
The GIT Bootcamp is a hybrid (physical and online) program. If you want us to run one in your city, please email us at email@example.com. We are open to females in geographically disadvantaged areas in Africa.
This bootcamp offers a gateway for graduates to enter into the next program that fosters the next step toward launching into the tech industry career of choice (mentorher), landing their dream job (HireHer) or launching their own business (IncubateHer).