The primary aim of the master class is to create communities of young intellectuals, strong in character and good morals by focusing on leadership and personal development and developing required financial intelligence skills, and be part of pan-African leadership team.
The master class is held every last Friday of the month, depending on the pre-established topic of the month, it is done by an educator or guess speaker, holding a master or someone who has excel in his field of work. This task can also carry out by our GAP graduate.
Selective criteria for guest speaker;
Our Target Group
Youth are our primary target defines between the ages of 16 and 34-year old. That which is subdivided into 3 categories of beneficiary:
Candidates for this category are free from any obligation or charges just by simple registration. sign in
Candidates for this category are call to pay a minimum that is fixed by their national coordination in consultation with the provincial coordination, this must not be above 3 - 5$. This amount contributes to the expenses of the stations. This guarantee the right to extra documents, certificate and access to book club. PS: after their participation they leave.
Candidates for this category are supposed to pay a fixed minimum of not less than 5$. They have right to books, PowerPoint, Article, note, documents and courses plus an after these sessions they integrate the workforce. they benefit a Membership Card and are poised to participate in Stand for something Mov.
“You came so that you could learn about your dreams,” said the old woman. “And dreams are the language of God. When he speaks in our language, I can interpret what he has said. But if he speaks in the language of the soul, it is only you who can understand” from The Alchemist.