In Kenya there are over 50, 000 graduates every year, approximately 10,000 of them are members of the Christian Unions.

Just like any other graduate, the transition from institutions comes with its own challenges. Some of these include job search in a country with a very high unemployment rate, looking for a local church, living out one’s faith in the marketplace, and maintaining relationships with friends outside of campus among others. The cases of depression among the youths are escalating, the level of hopelessness among young graduates is worrying and the question of the impact of our Christian Graduates in a highly corrupted society continues to linger.

Time to mingle

The Fresh Graduates’ mentorship Program seeks to network the Fresh Graduates after campus in their various towns of residence and create a platform for mentorship of the FGs by the older Associates

12 months of Impact

Their programs will run for one year. For the first six (6) months of the program, there will be monthly forums and a forum every two months in the last six (6) months.

Join Fresh Graduates mentorship groups from all key towns across the country

We will have groups running physically in Kisii, Nairobi, Mombasa, Nakuru, Nyeri, Kisumu, and Eldoret and an online forum for those in other parts of the country

Activities in the program will include:

Ministry to Students.

Plenary Sessions

Mentorship Groups

Outdoor Activities