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Lagos-based co-working space, the Co-creation Hub, has started accepting applications for its training and internship program, CodeCamp.

CodeCamp is an intense 4-week residential training program targeted at early-stage designers and developers.

The CodeCamp program is training the next set of user experience researchers and designers in Nigeria and is open to individuals who are passionate about solving problems, technology enthusiast, and those willing to have a career as a user experience designer.

The organizers say, “For the 4 weeks, participants will be exposed to our User Experience Design Immersive program crafted by top practitioners with a specific focus on helping them transition into a UX design career”.

Interested individuals can apply by making a 2-minute video answering the questions:

Who are you?

Why do you want to be a UX Designer?

And Why do you deserve to be selected to be in this year’s CodeCamp?

And then follow further instructions here.

Closing date for applications is currently not made public, but there is no harm is shooting in your video now. The 2014 edition saw about 100 application to fill its 12 available slots.

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