Meet the 16-year-old Nigerian from Akwa Ibom who made 9 straights As in his West African Senior School Certificate Examination. Achieving straights As in senior secondary school leaving exams is not an easy feat. Our Teenspiration did exactly that and more! He had 9As in
On Monday June 6, we started the Project Inspire School Tour with our team in Abuja visiting Bakin-Ado Secondary School Nassarawa state. With the tour themed “Creating Value: ditching the get-rich-quick mentality”, the objective was to help teenagers understand money, and how to acquire it
On Sunday 29th May, Teens Going for Gold Organized a teen webinar on the Many Sides of Drugs. Facilitated by our Technical Advisor on Substance Abuse, Dr. Ogaga-Oghene Akphughe, the session was enlightening and impactful. “All medicines are drugs but not all drugs are medicines”
On 29th April, four of the seven shortlisted teenagers who participated in the Young Rich and Righteous business pitch each won 50,000 to fund their business ideas. The business pitch session, which followed a webinar by Tolani Julius, allowed budding entrepreneurs to present their ideas
Fareedah and other honourees from other countries are expected to attend a summer programme in the United States or Hong Kong.
Interestingly, Ikechukwu Divine Oramife has in fact built many other toy vehicles with local wastes and will love to go to school to improve his craft and become an automobile engineer.
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Ten teenagers across Lagos, Ogun, Osun and Benue States, have emerged winners of the maiden edition of national essay competition, TeensThink. Meet them.
Almost everyone has a story to tell of a teacher who impacted their lives positively at one time or another, yet, we give little attention or acknowledgement to the profession. Here’s why we must not allow that to continue.