Supplementary Education Opportunities
AYM Supplementary Education Opportunity and Training is a program to harmonize the gaps in education created in countries ravaged by war and other epidemics such as the Ebola Crisis. The present focus is on Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone.
This Supplementary Education Opportunity Program is one post-Ebola strategy to reverse the social and economic marginalization of Africa through technology-driven Education.
AYM believes in developing people to build healthy communities. Our technology-driven Supplementary Education Opportunity Program brings “Teachers” and “Students” together, in virtual classrooms that provide teaching, learning, coaching and direction, for students to supplement what they have learned or, are learning to accelerate knowledge acquisition and career planning.
How It Works:
AYM Provides the Virtual Classroom through its Google Education Enterprise donation.
An open online invitation is released to recruit volunteer teachers anywhere in the world as long as they have a reliable Internet connection and a mastery of the subject area of their choosing.
For a start, only students with reliable access to the internet should apply.
AYM’s only role at this time is to facilitate the collaboration between TEACHERS and STUDENTS.
But AYM has plans…
To provide an expanded Internet Café at its Social Enterprise and Business Incubator Center in Mattru Jong, Bonthe District, Sierra Leone.
Create a database of reliable Internet Cafes in Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea and explore ways to partner with them for implementing ongoing supplementary education programs.
“We learn something from everyone who passes through our lives. Some lessons are painful, some are painless, but all are priceless.” -- Unknown
Twenty-First Century African Youth Movement
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