Serving With Love partners with The National Institute Of Information Technology to Launch the Digital Life After School Program
On Monday, May 14th, 2018, Serving with Love (SWL), a not-for-profit organization, partnered with the National Institute of Information Technology to launch the Digital Life after School Program.
SWL’s objective is to minister to and serve socially and economically disadvantaged people in our communities. With the Digital Life after School project, Serving with Love seeks to equip children from low-income families in Nigeria between the ages of 4 and 16 with the digital and technology skills necessary to be competitive in today’s rapidly evolving work environment.
The objective of the Digital Life after School Project is to bridge the digital divide and provide much needed technology education to children from low-income families, thereby giving them employable skills and improving their competitiveness. The equipment and faculty at the centre have been generously provided by the National Institute of Information Technology, a global leader in information communication and technology skills and talent development.
The National Institute of Information Technology will be providing classes for children from primary 1 through to SS3. The curriculum is being tailored according to proficiency level and certificates of successful completion will be provided to the students as pre-determined milestones are being met.
Classes will run Monday to Friday, within the hours of 4pm till 6pm. The classroom is equipped to have 20 children at one time.
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