We depend on your support to achieve our goal of tackling graduate unemployment in Africa and empowering the growing population of African youth with the skills and the mindset to thrive in the 21st century labour market. Get involved in any of the following ways:
Support us with a tax-deductible donation in our effort to prepare students in Africa to graduate with the skills required to build a meaningful career and thrive in the digital and AI-driven industry of the 21st century. Reach out to us for corporate sponsorship, internship opportunities and matching-gift benefits
VarsityMentor, Inc. is a US registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with EIN #85-3503265.
Sometimes, what a person needs to succeed in life could be as simple as a piece of advice to veer them toward a new way of thinking, a gentle tap on the shoulder to awaken your slumbering potential, or just a signal in the right direction. By becoming a mentor, you are making a difference by helping someone succeed in life.
You can become a partner, and commit to working with us to find and secure job and internship opportunities for our students under the VarsityMentor Pathways to a Career program. As a partner, you are empowering African youth and graduates with the skills and mindset to build their best possible futures and thrive in the world.
We regularly hold training programs and workshops aimed to equip our students the skills necessary to enhance their personal development, employability and entrepreneurship prowess. By lecturing or speaking at our training programs and workshops under the VarsityMentor Skills Training program, you are equipping our students for the future. Sometimes, what makes the difference in whether or not someone gets the job or launches the startup that puts them on the trajectory of a successful career is simply an upskilling class or a slight shift in mindset.
As VarsityMentor, we guide our students to discover who they are and become the best versions of themselves by focusing not on themselves but on others. Through the African Futures Program, students achieve this by signing up to an AIM that will have an impact on their community, Africa or the world.