What We Stand For
To develop the next generation of Africa’s technology entrepreneurs by teaching high potentials students between the ages of 11 – 18 computer programming skills, life skills, problem-solving skills, and business skills so as to contribute meaningfully to the growth of the national economy.
We Are Providing an Environment for Our Students to Grow & Excel
Code4KT (Coding for Kids & Teens) is an EduLight Consulting Initiative with the aim to develop the next generation of Africa’s Information Technology Entrepreneurs.
Code4KT provides simplified computer programming academic content to secondary schools through our TeachCoding Program by training teachers to become computer programing educator as well as provide platforms to connect educators with professional computer programmers
1million Tech-Entrepreneurs TO TRANSFORM aFRICA
A Message From
Most Successful Information Technology Entrepreneurs, the likes of Bill Gate, Mark Zuckerberg, etc. started computer programming at a very tender age between 8 – 15 years.
In Africa, we have shown students how to use various technology, but we haven’t taught what goes behind the sense, the problem solving, the critical thinking, the programming.
In most secondary schools, there is no clear definition of what computer science is all about neither have we equipped students with computer programming skills, The Code4KT (Coding for kids & teens) is set up to answer this question.
Code4KT equips kids within the age bracket of 6 – 18years with coding, problem-solving, life skills and entrepreneurship so as to develop the next generation of African IT Entrepreneurs.
– Odusote Mayokun
What Parents are Saying
“I saw a lot of changes in my son, He became so curious and He sleeps so late. Within a short time of learning, he is able to build a website. I am so happy about the program”
“Since, my son joined the program. I could see a deep passion for computer science in him. I personally, I have learned from a lot from him.”
“My son and his team; created a crowdfunding website, to help financially poor students to go to school.”