We are redefining education through experiential learning, mentorship and community service placement for high school students/graduates and university students. +70% of Uganda’s graduates are unemployed and unemployable; 400,000 graduate annually. Our trainees have a head-start on work experience, social entrepreneurship and personal or leadership development.
In addressing the shortfalls within Uganda’s education system, our learning model is heavily experiential, learner-centered and intended to elicit critical thinking and problem-solving attributes.
The Boundless Leadership Corp
This is our flagship training and placement program for high school graduates. Through project-based learning and volunteer placement, our trainees interface with and learn how to solve community challenges; build civic and social awareness; character development.
This professional skills course was developed out of the need to increase employability for university graduates and support start-ups and social justice promoters with human resource.
We believe in mentorship as the foundation of career and personal development. Our mentorship platform is built to enable online and offline (contact) interaction between mentors and mentees.
This online platform is breaking career guidance barriers by enabling any teenager with a smartphone and a social media account to ask a career-related question and get an answer/advice from an industry expert – within an hour.
Boundless Fellowship Alumni are attached as mentees, to industry professionals for life and career support. Mentors commit 1 hour per month, to check-in and support our alumni through their life and career development journey.
To build an engaged and active citizenry and civic leadership, we must create platforms where young people can access information and be supported to engage in debate that shapes their ideals and values.
Boundless Ideas is a national Public Speaking and Essay Writing platform that uses Newspapers in Civic Education. We curate thematic newspaper content and avail it to participating high school students to learn from and refer to, as they participate in the collaborative competitions.
Address: Plot 345, Bukesa Zone, Sir Apollo Kaggwa Rd