Preparing tomorrow today, the Future GeekStars programme is a Geekulcha school Innovation initiative. Aimed at grooming future geeks and leaders of the Science and Technology industry through Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Geeks live and breathe Tech - they are the makers of solutions that changes the world. Geekulcha got you covered by creating and enabling more platforms for Programmers to munch on the code.
With so may problems in our societies, we can count on capable, strong and supported Entrepreneurs. We champion the growth of Tech startups and helping local Entrepreneurs flourish in the Digital age.
The world is growing along the digital line in different forms, it's critical to curate the world in order to communicate the message much better. Designers play a critical role in our society and must be given the platform to shine.
Gamers make our world a better place and help pass time and it's a better day. The South African gaming ecosystem still need elevation and we give the necessary support to the game developers.
Raeketsetsa is a Geekulcha movement that empowers and attract females into the world of ICT, giving them the confidence to pursue ICT studies, career and their daily lives.
Founded in 2014, Geekulcha Makers is part of the Geekulcha Research and Development portfolio aimed at giving a platform for electronics students to connect, learn, share and put skills to real use.
Online presence is critical for any organization and for the civilization. The way knowledge is shared, how communication takes place and how we consume information has become even more digitally inclined.
The Geekulcha Student Society (GKSS) is intended for students and led by students at different universities, the initiative is intended to grow Tech leaders of tomorrow by growing capacity, enlightenment and drive social cohesion.
A familiar face at meet-ups for tech entrepreneurs all over Guateng, the idea for Geekulcha came about when Fortune realised the same atmosphere of innovation, inspiration and collaboration around technology was missing from campus life.
Where young people should have been meeting, coding and hacking their way to stellar careers, rote learning an poor teaching quality were the order of the day.
The seed for Geekulcha was probably the INNOvatorz.IT Facebook page Ngoveni created for TUT students. The page became a communal space where where people posted about their IT problems and found answers.
From a few members at TUT, the page grew to over a thousand active members across the country and now has over 3 000 members.