A section that allows mentors and motivational speakers to join KCADOR program. Here mentors have the opportunity to mentor one another and get more training on mentoring skills. A mentor to mentor platform is provided so that senior mentors and career icons can mentor the young and upcoming mentors in the industry. Top university professors, doctors, engineers, lawyers, among other professional career icons interact with students interested in these careers and jobs. They provide technical guidance and encouragement to their aspirants and share their stories.

Each of us has the potential to mentor another individual and to promote the role model of mentor to our colleagues. Mentoring young or inexperienced professionals is an investment in the future of our industry and in the success of the future workforce. It’s a way we can influence the current culture of our organization and ensure that our workplace and our industry reflect our own values. This is an amazing platform for everyone of us who cares about the next generation.

Specialists who wish to participate in the Kenya centres of academicians to offer services can enroll in this platform so that they participate in training and mentoring during KCADOR functions and events.

Upcoming mentors can enroll in KCADOR mentorship training to widen their understanding on the skills of mentorship. This section allows form four leavers in a transition period to university or college to participate in transitional short courses program that prepares them for college life.

Former KPSLP- KCADOR ALUMNI, join this program after completing form four so that they get an opportunity to mentor their brothers and sisters who are still in secondary and primary school. They will share their past experiences in KCADOR program while encouraging them to focus on the goal.

This [program provides valuable support for students at critical points in their student life, it offers a host of other benefits for both mentor and mentee. Peer mentoring is a mutual way of learning and allowing both participants to develop transferable skills that will help them during their time at university and beyond.


The mentee will benefit from in the following ways; –

  • 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 communication, study and personal skills
  • Develop strategies for dealing with both personal and academic issues
  • Identify goals and establish a sense of direction
  • Gain valuable insight into the next stage of your university career
  • Make new friends across year groups

The mentors will benefit in the following ways; –

  • Improve communication and personal skills
  • Develop leadership and management qualities
  • Reinforce their own study skills and knowledge of your subject(s)
  • Increase their confidence and motivation
  • Engage in a volunteering opportunity, valued by employers
  • Enhance their CV
  • Increase their circle of friends
  • Gain recognition for their skills and experience
  • Benefit from a sense of fulfilment and personal growth