KPSLP- KCADOR private sponsored learner program is a special package that provides mentoring services to primary and high school going students. Learners are assigned with moderators who will mentor and monitor. Identifying Learners talents, offering professional career advice and academic monitoring and support take center stage in this program. Like the three stones of the traditional fire place;- three parties are key in this program, the learner who is the mentee, the parent and KCADOR who is the mentor. KPSLP benefit member students in the following ways-

  •     Career coaching and talent nurturing
  •     Academic mentoring and monitoring
  •     Participate in KCADOR academic contests
  •     Read unlimited books from KCADOR online library
  •     Participate in KCADOR talent activities and contest
  •     Participate in KCADOR student workshops and seminars
  •     Participate in KCADOR SOCRATIC conferences
  •     Academic support and consultation services

This program allows the learner to achieve both long term and short term goals such as;-

  •        Gain practical advice, encouragement and support.
  •         Learn from the experiences of others.
  •         Increase their social and academic confidence.
  •     Become more empowered to make decisions.
  •          Develop their communication, study and personal skills.
  •           Develop strategies for dealing with both personal and academic issues.     

Mentoring creates positive impact in children’s lives.  Children with mentors have higher rates of high school graduation and are less likely to drop out of school. They find more self-confidence, self esteem, and are able to create big goals for themselves. Additionally, studies show that behavior, attitudes, and relationships improve when a youth has a mentor. Mentors help children grow and close the social and/or economic opportunity gap.

According to MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership, children at risk who had a mentor were:

  • 55% more likely to enroll in college
  • 52% less likely to skip school
  • 37% less likely to skip class
  • 78% more likely to volunteer regularly
  • 90% interested in become a mentor themselves
  • 130% more likely to hold leadership positions
  • Youth who had a mentor also showed a better attitude towards school

Regular meetings between mentor and student saw that youth were:

  • 46% less likely to use drugs
  •  27% less likely to drink
  • 81% more likely to participate in extracurricular activities




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