Nairobi-based women-centric not for profit, AkiraChix has announced it is hosting a Geek Girl Festival for high school and university students later this month.

“AkiraChix is hosting their Annual Geek Girl Festival on 25th April 2015 between 9.00 a.m and 5.00 p.m,” the group announced in an event post on Eventbrite.

The event will provide a platform for the attendees to meet up with women already in the Nairobi tech space for insight on career choices and opportunity.

The group has hosted the ITU’s Girl In ICT Day event for the past two years connecting up to 400 high school students with industry experts and will host an HTML/CSS bootcamp in the 4 days leading up to the Geek Girl Festival.

Go here to register for Geek Girl Festival and here for the bootcamp.

Image via: akirachix

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