Fellowship that seeks to empower graduate with relevant skills in planning, leading and organizing
as they work for six months at the Digital Peers International.
LATE Mrs. Ayo Adeleke is the pioneer Deputy National Coordinator of the DIGITEST program.
She played a motherly role during her years of involvement in DIGITEST and encouraged young
people to harness their potentials.
The Ayo Adeleke fellowship is a fellowship that seeks to empower young school leavers with
relevant skills in planning, leading and organizing as they work for six months at the
Digital Peers International office in Abuja to help plan and organize DIGITEST, the largest
IT based creative camp and competition for young people in Africa.
Every year, through a competitive application process in February, Digital Peers
International will select two Fellows (male and female) who would work a minimum of 35
hours a week in the DPI office to help plan the DIGITEST camp. The Fellows amongst other
The Ayo Adeleke Fellowship will be a platform on which selected participants in the program
will operate to expose them to the realities to the world of work. Thereon the Fellows will
be able to achieve the following:
The following are the guidelines for selection of prospective Fellows into the program:
DPI will provide a monthly stipend for the Fellows for the period of six months. Also, upon
completion of the program, certificates of participation will be awarded to the Fellows.
Join us this year for a more fun-filled camping experience.
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