Star Girl Education Foundation (SGEF), a Nigerian non-profit focused on providing career mentorship to girls at junior secondary school, recently hosted a one-day career mentorship programme for 38 girls at the Ikosi Junior High School, Lagos.
The program themed: “Choosing the Right Career,” which guided the schoolgirls through various 21st century careers including the ability to find their purpose and passion early in life was very well received by both the students and leadership of the school.
Star Girl Education Foundation’s team of Funmilola Kehinde, Tomi Bamgbelu, Anu Adelakun, Seun Taylor and Onyechi Chukwujama expressed satisfaction with the success of the program and encouraged the girls to find their strengths and focus on them very early.
On their part, the schoolgirls expressed their desire to pursue a wide range of carriers including becoming doctors, fashion designers, accountants and bankers; they pledged to work hard and never give up on their dreams.
SGEF’s vision is to educate, motivate and inspire young girls to become better leaders through mentorship and trainings.
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