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My experience while at Clinton Global Initiative 2011 conference as a panelist in New York City and visit at the DOT Global headquarters- Ottawa
Our Country Director, Evans Njoro can sometimes go beyond the expected in terms of jokes. Anyone who knows him will concur with me that I had every reason not to take him serious when he unexpectedly went "Congratulations Ayshah you have been selected to be a panelist speaker during the Clinton Global Initiative in Newyork". I am sorry if this sound quite irrespective of my boss, but I could not hold back my "go there". Do you expect me to believe you? Eish!" my colleagues laughed but I was…
From an Intern to Intern Support Assistant and now successful entrepreneur. DOT Kenya alumni Michael Nyoro shares his inspirational story of how he grew from an Intern to a businessman.
Michael Nyoro in his office.
My name is Michael Nyoro. I graduated in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Maseno university. I joined DOT for a nine month Internship program between September 2009- May 2010.
I was posted to Kiambu district where I delivered the ReachUp! program at Nyaga Youth Polytechnic, Ndenderu Youth Polytechnic and Ndumberi Brethren Church. The Internship proved very valuable in terms of helping to…
In this nostalgic article,David Mwangi, a DOT Kenya Alumni shares his journey while an Intern and the achievements he made through the nine month period.
David facilitating a ReachUp! session
It was late 2010 when I joined DOT Kenya as an intern, I attended a 2 days tricky interview in Nakuru where it was a mandatory to be creative and innovative, given a task to act as a principal of a Youth Polytechnic and educate my staff on the importance of technology to our students. The role playing was a challenging assignment, however, I did it perfectly together with my team but, the question remained in my mind
"All this is meant for…….?" Finally…
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