CREATIVITY FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND LEADERSHIP (CEL)
in secondary schools
Economies need creative young people who can identify and innovatively solve problems to drive growth and competitiveness; academic qualifications are no longer enough. There are 6 million unemployed young people aged 18-25 in Kenya alone . 'Only five hours of creativity training increases employability of young people five times' (Dr Edward De Bono) .
Informal - after school and outside school curriculum - weekly 1,5-hour workshops for 20-25 school students .
CEL aims to:
CEL 5-Step process:
CEL students also learn:
Learning takes place in the MASK's 'Creativity Learning Environment'.