We welcome applications from current diploma, degree, and postgraduate students taking courses in tech-related courses. Students who are taking non-tech courses BUT integrate their work with tech are welcome to apply.
Applicants must have at least 4 months left before the end of their studies from Aug 2022 and have a minimum average GPA/score of a 'C' due to the demanding nature of the mentorship program, which would be additional work to their normal school studies.
Accepted applicants will be expected to commit to a demanding 8-month mentorship program (Aug 2022 to May 2023) that complements their classroom learning. KamiLimu is a free mentorship program, so mentees will not be expected to pay at any point.
Applications are now closed. Cohort 8 mentee application cycle will open in 2023.
We welcome applications from professionals who are practicing and have experience or trained skills in personal development, professional development, innovation, and scholarship writing.
Our mentorship delivery model includes workshop facilitation,1-1 paired mentorship with our mentees, and ICT mentorship. Applicants select which format and track they wish to be considered for at the time of application.
The benefits of working with us include participation in a structured model with clear guidelines of your participation so you always know what to expect and deliver, your impact is measured and feedback is given, you give your time to motivated and committed students, and an opportunity to build skills and change lives.
We welcome applications from companies that are seeking to increase their involvement in the academic community and who want to provide a platform for the empowerment of students through skills-building, exposure to the industry, and mentorship.
Our partnership model includes industry visits (one-off or regular), partnerships in hosting conferences, ICT skills training by companies, and our mentees giving back through training on basic digital skills.
The benefits of working with us include ready and structured access to university students from various universities, the involvement of a dedicated team of students in community initiatives, and an opportunity to directly impact the lives of students.