2023 Tech Diversity 3.0 Opening Ceremony


2023 Tech Diversity 3.0 Opening Ceremony

We are thrilled to announce the successful opening ceremony of the Tech Diversity 3.0 program, which took place on 1st March 2023. The ceremony was a great success, and we would like to express our sincere gratitude to everyone who attended and made it a memorable event.

The Tech Diversity 3.0 program is a unique opportunity for aspiring professionals to gain valuable experience and hone their skills in their chosen fields within tech. We received an overwhelming response from applicants, we are pleased to announce that 417 individuals have been shortlisted for the first cohort program which will lasted for duration of 3 months before the commencement of 2nd and 3rd cohort respectively.

These individuals come from diverse backgrounds and bring with them a wealth of tech knowledge, skills, and experience that will contribute to the success of the program. We would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to all those who have been shortlisted for the first cohort, and we look forward to working with you in the coming months.

The opening ceremony was an exciting and memorable event, with participants from various industries and sectors in attendance. The ceremony began with a welcome address by Adisa Toheeb Kayode one of the beneficiary of the past edition, followed by a keynote speech by the CEO Mr Noah Olatoye, who shared the challenges and opportunities of creating a more inclusive and equitable tech industry.

The event also featured another talk by top expert from the industry whose name is Makinde Sodiq, who shared their experience and thought on Mental Health in Tech.

Finally, we would like to invite our readers to follow the progress of the 3.0 cohort program on our blog. We will be sharing regular updates and insights into the program, as well as stories of the amazing individuals who are part of it.

Thank you once again for your support, and we look forward to an exciting and successful 3.0 cohort program.

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