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Project LECT 4.0

Partnership is key to ensuring sustainable development and doing more with less. We took a step forward in our mentorship program and we worked with Kehinde Oloriade Mentorship Academy to mentor students of the Baptist Academy, Obanikoro, Lagos. After the general sessions on Leadership and Career Development. We had a group mentoring session with the kids based on their area of interest and Strength. The groups were; ICT and Tech Health and Medicine Business and Entrepreneurship Creative and Engineering. Each group had at least a mentor to offer Guidance and Counselling. It was indeed a great one. We were able to promote collaboration between the students and help them have a goal in mind. We look forward to future partnership. Thank you Kehinde Oloriade Mentorship Academy (KOMA) for the opportunity.

By Kayfactor | 2019-03-28 | 12:46:43 am


Project LECT 3.0

Today we were at Jobams International Schools, Ketu, Lagos State for our career symposium and mentorship program. Dr. Kehinde Oloriade talk to the students on Leadership. Gave them tips on goal settings and how they can go about implementing the goals. Mr Adedeji, currently a CYFI Fellow, shared with the students on how tech can be used to drive the Entrepreneurship world. The students were also educated on character development. They were educated on how they can build strong values to achieve their dreams. After the general session, we had a one one coaching and group mentoring session. We were amazed by the results we get from the students. At KLCI, we are geared towards understanding students needs and helping them to meet their career needs through Counselling. KLCI...liberating the leader in you!

By Kayfactor | 2019-03-28 | 12:40:51 am


Project LECT 2.0

Reports on the 3 Fridays Career Symposia and Mentorship Program! - February 11, 2018 Many young people in the African Community find it difficult to discover purpose and forge trajectory for their lives. This geared us towards helping young people to have a goal in mind. Through one on one coaching, group mentoring and general sessions over 500 high school students were reached. We cut across all classes from J.S.S 1 - S.S.S 3. No of students; JSS 1 and 2 = 162 Age range: 8- 16 years JSS 3 and SSS 1= 203 Age Range: 12- 17 years SSS 2 and SSS 3= 137 Age Range: 13 - 19 years. Total no of students reached= 502 Age Range= 8 - 19 years We share talks on Entrepreneurship, Leadership and Character Training. We involved about 8 Volunteers and we have different facilitators taking different sessions of the program. Monitoring and Evaluation is one of the core of our programs at KLCA. As promised, ...


By Kayfactor | 2019-03-28 | 12:35:54 am

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Project LECT 1.0

June 16, 2017 Kayode Alabi Leadership and Career Initiative - KLCI formerly referred to as Kayfactor Leadership and Career Academy organized the maiden termly Career symposium and seminar to help young people discover purpose and forge trajectory for their career. It was a huge success. We sensitized over 150 High School Students from S.S.S 1 to S.S.S 3 on Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Career Choice. Anyway, we want to use this platform to appreciate all who came through and made the maiden edition a success. We also want to acknowledge the supports of the Principal, Vice Principal, Staffs of Matogbun Community High School towards the success of the program. Also, we appreciate the students for listening attentively and we laud their supports too. They did support. Nevertheless, we appreciate the facilitator of the day, Amb. Abdulsalam Toheeb for his solid and bravery support. However, it will be Important to appreciate the Mc of the day, my very good friend Mc Comedian, ...


By Kayfactor | 2019-02-17 | 12:36:52 am


Global Citizenship Education Champions Project (Coming Soon)

This will involve selecting 10 young people between the age of 15 – 26, who will go through three days intensive trainings on Global Citizenship, Design Thinking and Sustainable Development Goals. At the end they will participate in skill2rural challenge where they will teach Global Citizenship skills to at least 50 secondary school students in rural communities. This is in a bid to equip rural students with skills to solve global challenges.

By Kayfactor | 2019-02-16 | 04:15:54 pm