SAFE ACADEMY FOR TEENAGE LEADERS

“My most favorite session was the public speaking session, followed by the mentoring session and then writing. I learnt how to write well, think fast and be confident in public speaking”.

2018 Participant

This is an intensive Academy designed to bridge the gap in the Nigerian Education System by empowering low-income teenagers attending public secondary schools with leadership, life, and career skills through a project-based and experiential learning Academy, mentorship and internships.
This prestigious Fellowship admits 20 teens (10 males and 10 females) between the ages of 13 and 19 from recognized public secondary school and very low-income homes with family income less than N30, 000 ($80) per month.
Preferred participants must possess good Academic performance, not in a University yet and demonstrated an interest in leadership and entrepreneurship. Participants must be available for 12 days of training and must be willing to participate in all the other post Fellowship programs which include mentorship, internship, community projects, and site visits. Parents of selected students must be willing to commit to attend a parent’s summit and provide all required support to their teens all the program duration. Please note that Fellows are selected based on teachers’ recommendations, quality of personal essays and interviews. For more information and participation please contact lauretta.malaka@sozonetworks.com 
SAFE FELLOWSHIP FOR TEENAGE LEADERS AT A GLANCE:        
ABOUT THE SAFE PROJECT:
The SAFE (
Securing Africa’s Future through Education) Project is the flagship project of the Sozo Networks, its aim is to bridge the gap in the nation’s education system by offering mentorship and unconventional education that allows teenagers to develop essential skills that are required for leadership in the 21st-century society and workspace. The project fills the gap in the academic curriculum used by most schools in the Nigerian education system. It uses unconventional approaches to equip learners with leadership, life and employability skills required in the future work spaces and for innovative entrepreneurship. It includes SAFE Conference, SAFE Academy for Teenage Leaders and the SAFE Leadership Challenge (SLC).

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SAFE ACADEMY FOR TEENAGE LEADERS

SAFE ACADEMY FOR TEENAGE LEADERS

This is an intensive Academy designed to bridge the gap in the Nigerian Education System by empowering low-income teenagers attending public secondary schools with leadership, life, and career skills through a project-based and experiential learning Academy, mentorship and internships.
This prestigious Fellowship admits 20 teens (10 males and 10 females) between the ages of 13 and 19 from recognized public secondary school and very low-income homes with family income less than N30, 000 ($80) per month.
Preferred participants must possess good Academic performance, not in a University yet and demonstrated an interest in leadership and entrepreneurship. Participants must be available for 12 days of training and must be willing to participate in all the other post Fellowship programs which include mentorship, internship, community projects, and site visits. Parents of selected students must be willing to commit to attend a parent’s summit and provide all required support to their teens all the program duration. Please note that Fellows are selected based on teachers’ recommendations, quality of personal essays and interviews. For more information and participation please contact lauretta.malaka@sozonetworks.com 
SAFE FELLOWSHIP FOR TEENAGE LEADERS AT A GLANCE:        
ABOUT THE SAFE PROJECT:
The SAFE (
Securing Africa’s Future through Education) Project is the flagship project of the Sozo Networks, its aim is to bridge the gap in the nation’s education system by offering mentorship and unconventional education that allows teenagers to develop essential skills that are required for leadership in the 21st-century society and workspace. The project fills the gap in the academic curriculum used by most schools in the Nigerian education system. It uses unconventional approaches to equip learners with leadership, life and employability skills required in the future work spaces and for innovative entrepreneurship. It includes SAFE Conference, SAFE Academy for Teenage Leaders and the SAFE Leadership Challenge (SLC).
SAFE ACADEMY FOR TEENAGE LEADERS

SAFE ACADEMY FOR TEENAGE LEADERS

This is an intensive Academy designed to bridge the gap in the Nigerian Education System by empowering low-income teenagers attending public secondary schools with leadership, life, and career skills through a project-based and experiential learning Academy, mentorship and internships.
This prestigious Fellowship admits 20 teens (10 males and 10 females) between the ages of 13 and 19 from recognized public secondary school and very low-income homes with family income less than N30, 000 ($80) per month.
Preferred participants must possess good Academic performance, not in a University yet and demonstrated an interest in leadership and entrepreneurship. Participants must be available for 12 days of training and must be willing to participate in all the other post Fellowship programs which include mentorship, internship, community projects, and site visits. Parents of selected students must be willing to commit to attend a parent’s summit and provide all required support to their teens all the program duration. Please note that Fellows are selected based on teachers’ recommendations, quality of personal essays and interviews. For more information and participation please contact lauretta.malaka@sozonetworks.com 
SAFE FELLOWSHIP FOR TEENAGE LEADERS AT A GLANCE:        
ABOUT THE SAFE PROJECT:
The SAFE (
Securing Africa’s Future through Education) Project is the flagship project of the Sozo Networks, its aim is to bridge the gap in the nation’s education system by offering mentorship and unconventional education that allows teenagers to develop essential skills that are required for leadership in the 21st-century society and workspace. The project fills the gap in the academic curriculum used by most schools in the Nigerian education system. It uses unconventional approaches to equip learners with leadership, life and employability skills required in the future work spaces and for innovative entrepreneurship. It includes SAFE Conference, SAFE Academy for Teenage Leaders and the SAFE Leadership Challenge (SLC).