Students typically join our Scholarship Program at the beginning of secondary school (US grades 7-12) to begin their journey towards a lifetime of influence. The best and brightest students are recruited into our program from partner primary schools after thorough assessment of each student’s need, academic ability, and leadership potential.
A quality education forms the foundation for the students’ future success. All Empower Scholars attend leading private secondary schools in Uganda that aims to provide students with the tools and opportunities necessary to reach their full potential.
In Uganda, less than 20% of Ugandan students graduate from secondary school. Yet, 100% of Empower Scholars have completed secondary education.
Outside of the classroom, we’ve formed strategic partnerships with the following organizations to further enrich the learning experience we’re able to provide for our students.
- : Career Skills
- : Creative Expression
- : Character Development
- : Uwezo Institute
THE SIX C’s:
We equip Ugandan students for personal and academic development by focusing on these six areas:
- Child-Centered Education: We are critical thinkers and problem solvers who possess the knowledge and abilities to compete globally.
- Creative Expression: We promote self-discovery, creativity, and the pursuit of new ideas and better ways of doing things.
- Character: We develop our inner selves for lives of integrity based on a moral and spiritual foundation that gives us the courage to do what is right.
- Community Service: We have a commitment of serving others in our families, communities, and nation which drive us to make the world a better place.
- Communication: We are excellent communicators with the ability to speak, write, and interact with the public in a professional manner.
- Career Development: We are focused on preparing ourselves for the workplace and becoming productive members of society.
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