SEMA Mentorship Program


Ever wanted to give back to society but an opportunity never presented itself? SEMA is offering you a chance to pay it forward. We invite you to become a mentor in one of the most fulfilling high school mentorship program. Our Mentorship program is a dynamic network of young people through which we create links within generations of youth. The mentors are committed young people who while they come from diverse backgrounds, have one thing in common: readiness to give back to society; SEMA connects these young people with secondary school students from different schools to mentor and nurture. The program serves students ages 13-19 by providing mentorship and leadership training. You can get involved in SEMA’s mentorship program by committing to mentor the students we work with in one of the following ways:

One on one mentoring:
A mentor is matched to two to four students for an entire year and the mentor commits to monthly mentoring sessions during the SEMA Mentor-Me days. Details of the Mentor-Me days will be agreed upon and communicated.

Group mentoring program:
As a mentor you would be invited to facilitate a session based on your expertise on a current topic/study area that the SEMA Team has designated for a particular term in the year. This normally runs on selected career days and counseling days in our partner schools.

Benefits of becoming a SEMA mentor:

•Access to a network of like-minded young people who are studying in Kenya

•Access to exclusive job, internship, fellowship and training announcements from around the world that are carefully selected to fit our mentor profiles.

•Fun and interactive mentor-only events designed to enrich and empower on both a personal and professional level.

The SEMA Team will invite you based on your skills as demonstrated in the mentor application form you are about to fill. All the best!

Send your application by 4pm, 19th February 2016.

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