Government high schools in Africa lack global career guidance services and teachers that can identify, nurture and prepare learners to be qualified for the ever changing global economy.
As a result learners are highly prone to forgoing:
The completion of secondary education
Post secondary education (vocational & tertiary)
Government skill building initiatives
Formal sector employment
They solve this problem by blending the African classroom with global mentorship, online learning and facilitative teaching methodologies to transform the way university and career counselling classes are conducted in African secondary schools. From curriculum and syllabus development to training and implementation their goal is to ensure that young African talent can be competitive in the global economy. In doing so they seek to enable students to not only harness tertiary education and career opportunities for themselves but to pay it forward and create opportunities for others. They pride themselves in providing their students with the global educational network and professional resources that set them apart as growing young global leaders.See more