ACTIVITIES

Pendo works in collaboration with high schools and local community organizations in Africa to provide young people with career information and opportunities.


Our main work includes creating and sharing career-related information, organizing field trips to higher education institutions & companies, and facilitating career talks with expert guest speakers.

We also curate and share scholarship and internship information, organize competitions, community volunteer activities, and lots of other student beneficial programs

CAREER INFORMATION

Career guidance information and career related field trips to company facilities.

MOTIVATIONAL SUPPORT

Expert guest speakers in related career path.

SCHOLARSHIP & INTERNSHIP
INFORMATION

Connect students to scholarship and internship opportunities

EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Opportunities to participate in competitions and engage in community building activites

Pilot project IMPACT|

since March 2021

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PENDO ONLINE EVENTS

Pendo Social Business Project

Pendo Initiative's social business department runs projects to raise funds for organizational operations. 


Pendo organizes online events promoting cultural exchange activities, discussions on global social issues, discovering people, bringing the world together and many more!

All proceeds of the events are channeled towards Pendo activities.


Thank you for your support
Join us in our next event. Make your reservation

Unconventional Ways of Job Hunting in Japan
When
Mar 19, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM GMT+9
Where
Online Event
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Meet the team

Initiative Team

Generate career guidance content for the students.

Ground Team

Support the pilot project on the ground in Kenya

Social Business Team


Pendo's fund raising department.

 Profile Team
 

website and social media management

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GET INVOLVED

Every donation means one or more empowered students.

For companies and institutions

For individuals

“The lack of quality career guidance in African high schools, caused by shortage of human and time resources that the process demands, has led to the choice of unsuitable careers resulting in widespread poor performance at the workplace.” 

(Ojenge and Muchemi, 2008).