The Mawingu Secondary School in collaboration with St. Paul’s University has hosted the Youth Career and Mentorship Program in Ol’kalau.
The event, organized by Annclaire Wanjiku and Betty Muchina aimed at empowering and guiding young minds while also highlighting the critical aspect of mental health awareness.
At its core, this event, organized by aimed to provide invaluable guidance and mentorship to students, offering them a compass to navigate the uncharted waters of their futures.
The event garnered support from the Nyandarua NGAAF (National Government Affirmative Action Fund), which distributed sanitary pads to girls, addressing menstrual health concerns and promoting hygiene among female students, thereby ensuring inclusivity and equal opportunities for all.
Betty Muchina, one of the pivotal organizers, expressed the significance of the Youth Career and Mentorship Program, noting that it plays a pivotal role in nurturing the talents and ambitions of the young generation.
The event featured a spectrum of interactive workshops, thought-provoking panel discussions, and mentoring sessions conducted by professionals from diverse fields.
“These activities equipped students with valuable insights into various career paths and guided them towards making informed decisions about their futures,” Muchina stated.
The Programme not only opened doors for students to explore their potential but also fostered a sense of community and collaboration.
By Macharia Kiarie
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