Creativity for a Better Future

Create & innovate for a better future

Do you want to improve your chances of being successful? Do  you want to build a better future for all? Here at MASK, we can set you on the path to success by teaching you how to be more creative and innovative. You will learn how to pioneer transformative ideas and turn them into reality.

Businesses all over the world seek creatively-minded young people. Yet, schools seldom teach creativity. This is where MASK can help - we are on a mission to enable young people like you to achieve more in life by seeing every challenge as an opportunity. 

We have already helped many young people unlock their creative potential. Join MASK today and take your first steps towards self-empowerment and success.


Students & educators:

Learn creativity

Join our supportive and inclusive learning space where you will discover and develop your creativity and learn how to apply it in real life.

And our support does not stop there. When the time comes, we will help you to find work opportunities at organisations that will value your ability to identify problems and generate transformative solutions.


Enrol in our online courses and harness your potential.


Business leaders:

Let our creative talent support you

For over 13 years, we have trained and supported high-performing young creatives in Africa. From engineers and programmers to architects and artists, MASK’s inspiring minds will be a true asset to any company.

Partner with us and connect your organisation with the next generation of creative talent.


Schools & students:

MASK Awards

Attracting over 8,500 entries from twelve countries in Africa with global audiences over 650,000 people, MASK Awards celebrate and reward your creativity and innovation with intership and cash prizes.


Enter MASK Awards. Find your talent. Voice your ideas for a better future. Showcase your creativity to the world.  

Our news

Recognised for excellence: MASK won the "Most Innovative Learning Organisation 2020" Award of the SME News Magazine's Greater London Enterprise Awards.  More

MASK Awards 2021 are now open. Enter online before 1 April. All entries are free.

MASK Awards 2019 winners Dani and Jesse start internships at the Unilever’s mobilisation programme Heroes for Change. 

On this page: art by our talent - Margaret Ngigi, Frank Kibicho, Haji Ibrahim, Jesse Otumba,  Louis Nderi, Muchira Muraguri, Regina Mwihaki and Anne Njeri, Caroline Mochoge.

Creativity for a Better Future

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