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Inspiring Girls in Sub-Saharan Africa to Pursue Careers in STEM

This article was originally published on the Level Up Village blog by Andrea Sherman. Level Up Village actively seeks out innovative global partner organizations to team up with, in order to provide cutting-edge STEM to underserved populations of students. This January, we launched a partnership with WAAW, which stands for Working to Advance STEM education for […]

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“The Future Of Women In The Tech Industry Is Yet To Be Fully Achieved” – Ebele Agu

Ebele Agu is the Vice President and Board Secretary of WAAW Foundation. Ebele is very passionate about education, she believes everyone should have access to education and be given an opportunity to realize their full potential. She is especially dedicated to ensuring that the African girl child is given an opportunity and access to STEM […]

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AFRICAN WOMEN IN TECH CONFERENCE CO-LOCATE WITH HIVE AFRICA GLOBAL LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

Application is opened for the 2017 HIVE Africa Global Leaders Program. This is a 3-day holistic innovative, entrepreneurship and leadership training designed around life, work and the world.  Program attendees will have the opportunity to join a committed network of mission-driven leaders, implement daily habits that will help make a big impact, create an action […]

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Changing the Cycle: How #SheHacksAfrica Is Building A Generation of African Women In Tech

The Abuja edition of #SheHacksAfrica has come and gone but the memory and knowledge gained will forever linger in the minds of the participants that came from across Africa. In November 2016, Working to Advance STEM Education for African Women (WAAW) Foundation and African Women Engineering Leadership and Entrepreneurship (AWELE) Academy, announced the opening of […]

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As AWELE Academy Moves To End Gender Gap In TECH and STEM With #SheHacksAfrica

It is no news that almost all of the biggest technology companies in Africa and their key figures are dominated by men.  Across Africa, a wide gender divide still exists in the corridors of leadership, corporate boardrooms, classrooms, and most especially in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). An article in the […]

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AWELE ACADEMY “SHE HACKS AFRICA” DEBUTS IN ABUJA

From Monday, January 23, men and women from across African countries will gather in Abuja, Nigeria, for “She Hacks Africa”, a 3-week intensive coding boot-camp organized by African Women Engineering Leadership and Entrepreneurship (AWELE) Academy. AWELE Academy has been at the forefront of empowering youth, most especially girls in technology and software programming through affordable […]

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CODING TRAINING-WORKSHOP: THE THREE DAYS OF WAAW!

There is always more to learning than knowing, this was the experience from the three days WAAW foundation’s AWELE (African Women Engineering Leadership and Entrepreneurship) Academy coding training workshop that was held on the 23rd, 24th and 25th day of November 2016. AWELE Academy focuses on Technology Leadership and Entrepreneurship, and provides Coding Boot camps, […]

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SHORT TERM TEACHING OPPORTUNITY IN AFRICA

CTL Academy, Abuja, is a preK-12 school that offers an American education. We serve a diverse population of Nigerians and international families. We have small class sizes of about 10 students per class. We have an opening for a long term substitute teacher for upper elementary and middle school English language arts from January – […]

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Coding Workshop for youths in Abuja, Nigeria

The Working to advance STEM education for African Women (WAAW) foundation is organizing an immersive coding workshop for those interested in computer programming. Whether you are a beginner who wants to get started in web development, a designer looking to hand-code their concepts, or a journalist who wants to start building a portfolio to showcase […]

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