F.A.Q

faq

Frequently asked questions

This training is only available to participants in Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Kenya, Rwanda, Zambia
and Egypt.

All beneficiaries except those residentsin Nigeria and Ghana who will be learning at the physical
locations are expected to own functional laptops.

For participants in Nigeria and Ghana, both virtual and physical learning options are available.
For beneficiaries in other listed countries, only virtual learning is available.

The learning hubs are located in Edo, Enugu, Kano, Kwara, and Osun

The learning hub is located in Accra.

Yes. Virtual learning option is only available to participants resident in states that do not have
physical hubs.

Yes. Virtual learning option is available to all participants resident in Ghana, except those
residing in Accra

Yes. The training walks you through basic digital literacy to intermediate cybersecurity skills.
The participant is only required to have a high interest in pursuing a career in cybersecurity.

Yes, female graduates within the age range specified can apply if they will be available to attend
the training.

The training commences on 28th March 2022 till 14th October 2022.

Monthly stipends will be given to the CyberGirls beneficiaries to assist with transportation cost.

The training holds on weekdays (Mondays to Fridays) from 10:00 to 14:00 (WAT) with the
exception of National Holidays in Nigeria.

The CyberGirls Fellowship Program is absolutely free, at zero cost to our beneficiaries.

Yes, the fellowship program is selectively open to undergraduates whose school activities will
not affect their availability for the training.

Only the best CyberGirls beneficiaries who successfully complete the training will graduate and
upon graduation, will (based on availability and suitability) be offered internship/job placement
opportunities within Africa and across the world