The Canadian smartphone giant has partnered with the not-for-profit organisation Junior Achievement Nigeria to deliver the programmes, which will focus on business challenges in the field of mobile technology.
The scheme aims to build a bridge between a classroom and the workplace by aligning education with business needs.
Waldi Wepener, regional director for east, central, and west Africa, said: “BlackBerry was built on the backbone of innovation and entrepreneurship, so we are committed to helping to develop business, science, technology, engineering and mathematics skills.”
It will encourage students aged from 14-18 to consider this STEM career by creating awareness of the field’s possibilities and showcasing industry role models.
Waldi added they are proud to support Junior Achievement Nigeria's quest to develop socially responsible attitudes among business leaders and companies operating in Nigeria.
He said: “Through regular STEM camps, we hope to help create an environment of entrepreneurial and innovative thinking."