We churn out the most vibrant tech specialists. Upon graduating, our alumni dive headfirst into the growing African tech industry, expanding on projects, ideas and innovations they developed as students.
“I’m a developer now!”
Prior to being trained by MIT on software Engineering Kemi Owoyele at best had the basic computer knowledge, however participating in the MIT facilitated YouthMobile Project she has gone on to build and host her first app on Google Playstore called ‘Kids Spelling Phone’ an educational app for children. Furthermore, from the recommendation she got from Mcandwerson Institute of Technology, she went on to represent Team Nigeria at Youth Connekt Africa in Kigali, Rwanda.
“MIT made it easy for me.”
Emmanuel Adinoyi, a beneficiary was a school dropout with hardly any chance of getting a good job. However his hardware training at the MIT facilitated YouthMobile Project exposed him to a world of limitless opportunities. Furthermore, the Cisco recommendation letter his facilitator Mr. Mike Uantioje of McAnderson Institute of Technology helped him get went a long way in landing a job with a data collection center, where his annual income runs into millions.
“Now I can do something to help the situation.”
Abdullahi Suleiman before joining the YouthMobile Project experienced the frustration that came with not being able to study properly as faced by most visually impaired students. Nevertheless, not being deterred by his challenges, after two months in the program, he developed an app – Voiced Examination Platform, a Voice