Let us support your organisation

Creativity is the most sought-after skill on LinkedIn. This is because organisations grow only when they have creative minds to push for change, incite innovation and invent ideas.

#1 Hire our creative youths

Do you wish to recruit candidates who have a creative edge? Or introduce an internship scheme for highly innovative candidates?Look no further.


For 15 years, we have trained and supported high-performing creative young people. Our database is bursting to the brim with young creative minds that can be a true asset to your company.

#2 Stimulate creativity of your employees

Unsure how to stimulate the creative abilities of your current employees? 


Start by introducing our programmes - 'Lead Creativity. Manage Innovation' and 'Team Creativity' - into your employee training plans. Bespoke to your company needs, these programmes can give your company the edge it needs against your competitors.

#3 Encourage young creativity

Companies need to encourage young creativity to prepare for the future of industry. Make MASK a part of your CSR or donate us to help change generations' abilities for innovation.


  • Offer to MASK Awards winners a cash prize or a paid internship. Choose to name it after your company, and reach our global audiences.

 

  • Aid our mission to produce teaching and learning manuals in support of the Kenyan Ministry of Education that can strengthen creativity skills of entire generation.

 

  • Help us to hire a space for Creativity Hub in Nairobi to host our training and exhibitions, and purchase a van to support our schools outreach in Kenya.

Case study: connecting our young people with companies

In 2019, with the support of Unilever East Africa, we have been able to award MASK Awards winners, Dani (19) and Jesse (23) from Kenya with paid internships on Unilever’s Heroes for Change. In 2021, Mabati Rolling Mills (Kenya) has awarded four internships for MASK Awards 2021 winners. 


MASK Awards helped me become more confident in bringing out my entrepreneurial ideas which can help me earn money for the future,” said Dani.


For Jesse, who featured in the article in The Star, it is MASK’s appreciation for his creativity that stands out: Support MASK in whichever way you can, so other people can benefit from such opportunities.

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Images on this page by MASK creative talent: Staice Shitanda, William Mukiri.