BagoSphere is a faster, smarter way for disconnected youth to go launch transformational, professional careers within a few months.
They start by listening to the stories of young people in a radically changing world. They hear about the jobs that they can’t reach, and their dreams that they miss.
They see immense potential in them, and they dare them to imagine a better life. They guide them to see opportunities instead of despair, and to take a leap of faith.
They will go where traditional education has never gone before. And there, they will bridge the divide; fostering radical collaboration between students, teachers and the industry.
They will be tested with many challenges, which they will meet with equal ferocity of kindness, patience and resilience. And, they will do what’s right, not what’s easy.
They empower youth and catalyze the change for a better world.
They believe that there is immense potential in youths to uplift themselves and better the lives of their families, if only they are given the opportunity and resources.
A world where every youth can pursue what they love, earn a good living and build a better future for the next generation.
It is this vision that drives them to design youth development solutions that unlock that potential. They bridge the skill gap between formal education and job requirements. They believe that every youth wherever they come from, should be employed in decent work – work that is constructive to their development, social integration and offers a fair income to break out of subsistence.
A New World Opens Up
Shining a spotlight of hope, they guide youth through their training program to become productive members of the community. They want to see them go to college, to be a designer, an engineer, an entrepreneur and to do the things they love. Most of all, they want them to achieve remarkable things in life.
They do this because people need a more equitable world. A world that cares about the future of the society and well-being. Because Margaret Mead once said, “Never believe that a few caring people can’t change the world. For indeed that’s all who ever have.”