Giving basic computer training to orphans and vulnerable youths in the community and women. Training of Microsoft office applications
KCEP Project aims to empower young people to make sound career and life decisions as they transit from high school to the next phase of their lives. The project is also building the capacity of local institutions and networks to sustain the much-needed services that KCEP will provide. Specifically, the KCEP project intends to offers youth a series of interconnected interventions to: build skills, facilitate appropriate career choices, provide employment and income generating opportunities, bridge technical and university education opportunities and provide fun and safe spaces.
About the Program
This KCEP program is about free computer trainings for orphans and vulnerable youths from the communities in Emuhaya District. They are young people who have never worked with a computer before and they cannot afford to pay for computer lessons in colleges.This is meant to empower them through computer skills and enable them acquire information technology skills to help them secure jobs in the information and technology sector as a source of their livelihood.
The work with KCEP involves
giving free basic computer training to orphans and vulnerable youths in the
community and women. The volunteer will offer training of Microsoft office
packages which includes; introduction to computers, Microsoft Word, Microsoft
Excel, Microsoft Power Point, Microsoft Publisher, Microsoft Access, Microsoft
Outlook, Email and Internet, making training schedules for the classes,
offering assessment tests and grading. The volunteer will be involved in training the participants on how to use the projector, helping students prepare slides and presentations and presenting them before the rest of the students in the class. Volunteers will also prepare notes and and save them for future use, any additional information about computer, applications, coding language, and any other course materials will be welcome. so that we can empower our community with more advanced information technology tools that meet the 21st century.
Volunteers are expected to work five days a week between 7-8 hours
During free time volunteer can engage in recreational activities, like playing games, hiking the nearest hills, running sack races, visiting Kakamega rainforest on a long weekend, going for a boat ride in lake Victoria, visiting Kisumu museum, going shopping and access to fast internet services in Kisumu City which is 30 kilometres from our project location of which here volunteers can join music concerts for the night, go for safari tour in Maasai Mara National Reserve, tour lake Nakuru National Park, climbing mount Longonot, bike tour in Hell's Gate National Park.
It’s located near the organization office and you will stay with a member of KCEP, you receive your own separate room, bathroom is outside the house. The house is permanent with electricity supply and water available on the tank.
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner is provided, vegetarians food also is provided based on the volunteers dietary needs