CcHUB EdTech Fellowship

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With today’s explosion of technology, there is a rise in the need for digital learning resources for students in schools. While there are solutions available, there is the concern of contextualized solutions for Africa as well as those who can create these types of resources on the continent. 

Co-Creation Hub (CcHUB) in partnership with ACT Foundation has stepped in to close this gap.  CcHUB is happy to announce the first CcHUB Edtech Fellowship. The fellowship is focused on creating a pipeline of digital instructional designers capable of creating quality and relevant digital resources.

The fellowship will see 40 universities of education students who are passionate about technology come together for the next 7 months to participate in an intense but exciting fellowship.

During the fellowship, the fellows will pick a concept, create resources by working with teachers, CcHUB designers and software developers. By the end of the fellowship, the fellows will present their work to different EdTech stakeholders who will eventually absorb them into their EdTech companies. 


  • Interested applicants must be enrolled for a degree in the school of education and be in their 3rd or 4th year or must have graduated recently from the school of education.
  • Interested applicants must possess a computer/laptop and must have at least basic computer skills. 


When does the fellowship start?

The CcHUB EdTech Fellowship will commence in July 2021. The deadline for the application for the fellowship will be on 9th July at Midnight WAT.

How long is the fellowship?

The fellowship will run for 7 months from July 2021.  Participants should be willing to commit  at least 6 hours each week for activities physically at iHub offices in Nairobi, Kenya and the Edtech centre of excellence at Tasued University in Lagos, Nigeria. 

Who qualifies to be a fellow?

The fellowship is designed for young university students in the school of education who are passionate about technology and would like to pursue a career in EdTech. You can find more details about the selection process here: Selection criteria.

Where will the fellowship be based?

The fellowship will be based in Kenya and Nigeria. Kenya fellows will be meeting at the iHub offices in Nairobi and Nigeria fellows will be meeting at Tasued University in Nigeria.

How to apply for the fellowship

All interested applicants should use this application form to apply.

Contact Us


iHub Kenya


Phone:+254 742941719


Edtech Centre of Excellence, TASUED. 


Phone: +234 812 174 6873


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