EdPowerment’s family of students is getting older. This year 4 young women graduated from Secondary “O” level schools and are now waiting National Form Four results that determine their future range of possibilities. Next year, 8 more young men and women will graduate from “O” level secondary schools.
- · Guidance on educational alternatives suited to each student’s abilities and skill set.
- · Life skills, health education, career counseling and other workshops
- · Meetings with professionals to learn about and discuss employment opportunities and expectations
- · Current event assignments that require the reading of newspapers and online reports.
- · Computer and Internet training.
- · Other reading (use of library) and “short courses” appropriate to the student.
- · Community work assignments at the Kilimahewa Educational Centre and other venues.
- · Research and other assignments on topics such as the cost of living and strategies for saving and budgeting.