When the Kenya Keys sponsorship program started, no one was sure what to expect when that first batch of students graduated from secondary school. It was so gratifying to see that the moment these students finished their schooling they were eager to share what they had learned and to improve the community in any way they could.
Seeing their natural desire to mentor others and to give back to the community, Brent Hayes and other Kenya Keys leaders started looking for ways to introduce formal methods for graduating students to mentor their younger counterparts. Through the connections forged by one of Kenya Keys’ top students, Kenya Keys began a relationship with the Undugu Mentorship Initiative.
Over the years, we have seen remarkable efforts made by the students throughout this region to reach out to peers and others. They teach, encourage, and mentor each other every chance they get. You can read more about student internships, the Undugu Mentorship Initiative, and the future leaders of Kenya using the dropdown menu above.