BSK Students at the Lincoln Leadership program in Grand Regency Hotel in Nairobi
Pelimander International is an organization whose aim is to bring together exceptionally gifted students from across the continent, to get them involved in global learning.
The aim is to enable these students gain access to exciting and unique opportunities and to learn about leadership and practice it as well.
They engage young scholars in the areas of;
- Global Citizenship
Young scholars are taken through conversations happening on the global stage with global citizenship, leadership, diplomacy & Service forming the bedrock of discussions.
This is with the hope of exposing them to the golden opportunity to contribute constructively to conversations happening on the global stage, and to provide ways and ways through which they can engage the world around them in a way that truly captures the spirit of internationalism.
Among other experiences, they are exposed to the world as a global village and the opportunities that abound within.
The role of various international and regional bodies in addressing key priorities for the future, eradicating poverty, preventing
conflict and promoting democracy is also introduced to the young scholars.
Discussions and activities being around;
- Understanding their role in history
- Understanding the facts
- Global Problems & Local Priorities
- (Speaking “glocally”)
- Team Leadership & Team Membership
- Getting Connected
Selection is based purely on merit through interviews conducted by Pelimander and expression of interest by scholar.
BSK Students at a career choices workshop
Future Young Farmers
Future Young Farmers program is agriculture and financial literacy program that is spearheaded by Beverly School of Kenya promoting agriculture among the youth.
The program equips youth with the financial, business and agricultural skills that can benefit themselves, their families and their communities.
Through the Future Young Farmers program, the goal is to increase youth employment in community-based farming.
Beverly School of Kenya focuses on sciences, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The agriculture component of the program involves the students in agriculture and agribusiness activities at a formative age, while also educating them on financial literacy.
The program is equipping the youth with the financial, business and agricultural skills that can benefit themselves, their families and their communities. Through the Future Young Farmers program, youth employment in community-based farming can be realized.
Beverly School of Kenya uses a demonstration farm to teach students in primary and secondary school about agricultural concepts, such as market linkages, breeding, organic processes, crop rotation, genetics and basic agricultural engineering as well as exposing them to innovations that improve production.