Women's Technology Empowerment Centre – W.TEC

W.TEC Holds Easter Camp for Kids (Tech Camp)

W.TEC Presents:

Easter Camp

For Kids (Tech Camp)


The Women’s Technology Empowerment Centre (W.TEC) presents her Early Innovators 2022 Easter Camp themed: TECH CRAFT.

W.TEC Easter STEAM – camp (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Maths) for girls and boys between ages 5-12 is slated to run from April 11th – 22nd, 2022.

The camp is directed to ensure fun, creative and engaging learning sessions for the children. We aim to help the participants develop an early interest in computer science, information technology and related careers with the aid of our experienced facilitators.



WEEK 1: Robotics

WEEK 2: LED and Lighting Craft


More skills to be learnt include; Programming, Basic Electronic, Creative Arts/design, Team Building, other fun activities.

Our curriculum has been well-selected to help exhibit your ward’s creativity and STEAM related skills in an increasingly technology-driven world. The goal of the W.TEC Early Innovators Camp is to create a generation of young programmers, designers, and entrepreneurs who can innovatively build amazing games, apps, and more.

Over that past few years our STEAM camp has been described as memorable and educative by parents of alumni. The W.TEC Early Innovators is highly impactful. We have limited slots, so kindly apply early.



1.You can register online: FILL ONLINE REGISTRATIONFORM

2. By using the link:             https://bit.ly/WTECEASTERCAMP22



WEEK 1: Robotics – April 11-14

WEEK 2: LED and Lighting Craft – April 19-22

The W.TEC Early Innovators Camp is highly competitive and we would love that your girls and boys to participate, so kindly apply early.



Cost: N35,000 per week.

Date: April 11-22, 2022

Duration: 4 hours

Eligible Age: 5 -12 years



Email:  camp@wtec.org.ng

Phone:  08026891493, 07058936746


About the Early Innovators Camp:

The Early Innovators camp is a 2-week tech fun learning experience for kids between the ages of 5– 12 years.

The aim of  the non-residential camp is to harness the innate curiosity of children by introducing them to computing and science concepts through play and exploration, there-by providing them with early inspiration to  solving significant problems around them by exploring  information and communication technology (ICTs).

The camp is designed to spark and awakened the ICT talents of participants which will become handy for them as they progress with their studies. Feedback from our last editions indicated a general improvement of the kids in their interest of computers and other internet enabled devices.