ArchVision Workgroup donated textbooks and educational supplies to a newly adopted school as part of our Career Education Initiative. This initiative aims to change the attitude of underserved community children about the value of education. It also aims to increase their motivation to learn.
The ArchVision Career Education Initiative adheres to our philosophy which gives priority to education and children programs, recognizing that every investment in children is a direct investment in the future of the nation.
The donations took place at Jomab Private School in Ajegunle, Apapa – a school within a high density – low-income community in Lagos
About 200 students from the lower and upper primary sections of the school participated in the program. During the career talk and mentoring sessions, Tosin Ikuyinminu, a former employee (now Digital Media Consultant and Youth Ambassador), and Faith Okomayin encouraged the students to focus on their dreams and work towards their highest aspirations, through hard work, dedication, and determination.
Textbooks (Mathematics, English and Basic Technology) and exercise books were presented to the students as support to their parents, particularly those who could not afford to pay for them. Olumide Ologuntuyi, a Project Manager at ArchVision Workgroup anchored the presentations. All the students received refreshments and nose masks during the event.