Testimonies from our Past Students

We have received positive feedback from Both students and parents

The Camp was very interesting. I learnt how to design electronic circuits using some components. I designed an Electronic Distance Meter. It was really nice.
Oba Hameedah
Vivian Fowler Memorial College, Ikeja, LAGOS
I designed Mobile games from the beginning to the end. Initially, I thought it will be very challenging but the instructors were very good. I will sure come back again for the summer Camp
Aderinsola Odedina
Avi-Cenna Int'l School, Ikeja GRA, lagos
I learnt how to programme simple and complex circuits. It was awesome and also challenging and fun. This summer camp is far better than other summer camps I have attended before. It would be better if they make Center4Tech a school.
Abu Jeremiah,
Dansol High School, Ikeja, Lagos
Wow, I can now design and make my own mobile game. Thanks to Center4Tech. They make it simpler than I thought! Will come for more training
Emmanuella George-Obi,
Cayley College, Agidignbi, Lagos
I learnt how to design and programme things like wrist watches, welcome notes on LCDs and Calculators. I also learnt how to make simple circuits like that used in torch lights. I was introduced to a brand new branch of learning.
Attoh Tobe
Pacific Comprehensive College, Lagos
I built my mobile games from the beginning to nish in 2 weeks. I am amazed I am now a Mobile Games Designer
Student, TrippleCross High School,
Wemco Road, Ogba, Lagos
I learnt how to make Mobile Game. It was fun. I will come back next summer to learn 3d Games
Falade Baasit,
Dee-Unique College, Omole Phase 2, Lagos
I learnt how to make mobile games which is interesting. It was really fun and tough especially the coding part. I am now a mobile games designer. Thanks to Center4Tech!!
Iheme Prince Lawrence,
Murtala Muhammed Airport Sec School, Lagos
I learnt how to programme games. It was a very interesting experience learning how games are made although it could be confusing but my instructors put me through. The last summer camp I attended has to do with academic work but this is different. I had fun and made new friends
Ajibola Morakinyo
Straitgate College, Lagos-Ibadan Express-Way, Ogun State
I learnt how to design my own mobile games, while doing that I also learnt how to code. It was fun, exciting and interesting.
Shalem Onyegbula,
Dansol High School, Ikeja, Lagos
I leant how to make things using electronic components and microcontroller. I also wrote codes in C++. I made a boombox that I took home. I will come back during the summer camp.
Offor Akach,
Kings College, Lagos
I learnt software and hardware engineering and teachers from all over the world came and taught us how to create things. This has made me to improve in my imagination and creativity. I want to come back to learn how to create more things.
Iroanusi Eto,
Christ the King Catholic College, Ijebu Ode, Ogun State
The summer camp was fun and entertaining throughout. I learnt how to make mobile games. During a seminar presented by a Globacom staff, we were told that we can make money from our games that we design. I can't wait to start making money from my games
Ifeanyi Alex Attoh,
Pacic Comprehensive College, Lagos
I learnt how to use software to make my own mobile games. I created characters that can move, jump and many more. I designed my mobile game myself at Center4Tech
Olele Funanya,
Faith Academy, Asaba, Delta State
I was thought how to make mobile game. The instructors at Center4Tech made this possible. Thanks
Latunde Daniel,
Wellspring College, Omole Phase 2, Lagos
The summer camp was fun and entertaining throughout. I learnt how to make mobile games. During a seminar presented by a Globacom staff, we were told that we can make money from our games that we design. I can't wait to start making money from my games
Ifeanyi Alex Attoh,
Pacific Comprehensive College, Lagos
I learnt how to make a lot of things, but basically I learnt how to create 2D mobile games. To my ultimate surprise, it was not easy because it needs critical thinking and 100% concentration. I have attended other summer camps which seems odd but this environment is conducive and the summer camp from center4tech is lovely.
Olufemi Komolafe,
Kingsdale College, Akute, Ogun State
I learnt how to make mobile games and how to also make money out of it. I was thinking at rst that it will be very hard but turned out to be easy. I have attended other summer camps before but this is the best. I want to come back and learn more games.
Osinachi Onyegbula,
Loveworld Primary School, Lagos
I learnt how to programme in C++, how to think of any idea and put it on paper through a circuit design and make it work using breadboard. I learnt to design a circuit, debug a programme and make any circuit design work. I met a lot of people who challenged me especially those younger than me to be better and to expand my knowledge.
Aghahowa Samuel
Federal Science & Technical College, Yaba, Lagos
I learnt many things like how to create actors in mobile games. In electronics, I learnt how to make several complex circuits. I have attended a summer camp before but the difference between my previous summer camp and Center4Tech summer camp is that everything they teach here is put into practice
Eze Jennifer,
Brilliant Child College, Shomolu, Lagos
I learnt how to design and build robot during the summer camp that was held in Calabar. I also learnt programming of the robot using C++ programming language. It was amazing seeing the robot move. If any student is not @ Center4Tech Summer Camp, he is missing alot
Abia-Bassey
Top Faith Secondary School, Akwa Ibom state

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Advisors

Brittney Oberfeld

“Tech has inspired me from an early age – from sneaking time away on the one computer we had back when I was 10 to now working in the games industry. Any way I can inspire kids to feel the same way makes me excited!

Adam Saltsman

“I got involved with Center4Tech because I wanted to let people outside of North America and the EU know that we care and we are interested in what they have to say, and that we can’t wait to see what they make”

Chiedu Adigwe

“I got involved with Center4Tech because I know that the only way to stimulate technology innovations in Africa is to equip the young people with tech skills early in their lives. Well done Center4Tech for this great initiative”