Are you struggling to recruit exciting new candidates who have a creative edge? Or maybe you want to introduce an internship scheme for highly innovative candidates, but don’t know where to start? Look no further.
For almost 15 years, we have trained and supported high-performing creative young people at our Creativity for Entrepreneurship and Leadership (CEL) course. They know how to approach problems innovatively and be a true asset to your company.
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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 social mobilisation program, Heroes for Change.
In 2021, the flagship company of The Safal Group, the premier steel building solutions provider 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 national Kenyan newspaper The Star, it is MASK’s appreciation for his creativity that stands out most: “Support MASK in whichever way you can, so other people can benefit from such opportunities.”