MindSet aims to get the young people in Uganda exposed to digital skills and to encourage them to dive more into tech related careers.
Currently, the education system in Uganda is traditional and the curriculum in most schools do not take into consideration the tech revolution that’s going on globally.
To change this, we are bringing tech into the classrooms by offering co curricular programs in schools and out of school to empower the youth with digital literacy and entrepreneurship skills in bid to encourage innovation, creativity and to get a headstart into the future with these skills.
To ensure every school going child in Uganda learns how to code.
Introduce basic digital skills to the young generation in Uganda for them to thrive in tomorrow's society.
Code, Create, Innovate and have fun with us
After School Program
The After School program runs in Primary and Secondary Schools as a co-curricular activity. Students from Year 7- 16 [and the equivalent in other educational systems] are eligible for the program. The program runs each term for the duration of the academic year.We also partner with schools to deliver the Coding Club to students.
Weekend Code Program
Every weekend is an exciting time for our young coders. We introduce programming in a fun way to children aged from 7 to 17 years through an 8-week programme that is delivered at the The Innovation Village on Saturday morning.
Mid Year Program
This is where your child becomes an innovator, creator, and change maker.These are programs designed for primary and secondary school going students(7-17 years) during the mid year holidays.
We have a junior program for 7-10 year olds and a senior program for 11-17 year olds. The junior program is based on drag and drop coding and the senior program uses text based programming language. Every week during these program, we unpack and communicate a science topic in a fun way for our students.