Are you a secondary school student interested in becoming part of the rapidly growing movement to improve Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Learning in Tanzania?
Here is an opportunity to become one of the participants of the Second Annual STEM Youth Boot Camp that will take place in the first week of January 2017.
The application form can be found here: Bootcamp Application form
Brief Overview: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Boot Camp is a sustainable project that aims at mainstreaming the project based learning and integrated learning to complement the formal secondary schools’ science and mathematics curriculum. This will unleash the students potential through involving students in integrating their classroom lessons into projects as a way of improving the quality of education, and consequently the quality of graduates from secondary schools. The boot camp will be based on introducing interactive projects to students in all levels of secondary schools allowing them to apply the theories in practical world, hence inspire them to pursue STEM related careers.
Theme: STEM for Job Creation and Poverty Alleviation.
Dates: 2nd to 12th January 2017
Venue: The Nelson Mandela African Institution for Science and Technology – Arusha, Tanzania
Inquiries: 0653 663 328/ 0652 002 999/ firstname.lastname@example.org
There is NO COST associated with this residential boot camp.
Application deadline: September 02, 2016
Click here to access the application form: Bootcamp Application form