Many thanks to the James Ene Henshaw Foundation, Bramodigi, Simon Cohen and the amazing rockstars who volunteered to make the masterclass work! Uche Nelson with his photography, Jacob Happiness with his strong hands on the technical unit, Godwin Ovat and James Okina with their presence to make sure everything worked well, Bukola Edgar taking care of the registrations and participants, and Mary Benedicta for being a participant and a volunteer! Thank you all!
Here’s a guide for mentees and mentor seekers on how to work with mentors. Dear mentee stop waiting for your mentor to call you please. These people are busy! Sometimes they don’t even remember you. Life is such a hectic thing. Pursue your mentor. Let them know you are alive but you had better not be a pest.
Where were you on the 11th of November 2017 when young Bloggers & Writers met in Calabar? Were you at iKapture Networks? Sitting and listening to people speak, and writing about your own self-reflections? Well if you were not at this event last month here’s a recap of what happened.
Global Changemaking Students: Meet James Okina, Director of Street Priests Foundation & 2017 Global Teen Leader
James Okina had a very difficult and complicated childhood, from having asthma, parental issues to being on the streets.
Miguel Ramirez is a young business management expert and SAGE Global Mentor helping young teenage entrepreneurs build business skills
Temple Egemasi is a member of the Calabar Youth Council for Women’s Right and an AIESC member making a difference