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Any young person between the ages of 5 – 15 can benefit from this. It is not too late, start today!

Our Programs

There are several programs we throughout the year. Such as; SOS BRIDGE, SOS HEADSTART, SOS CAREERS and SOS ACCELERATED LEARNING PROGRAM.

How to Get Involved

Be a part of the movement by donating, becoming a mentor, volunteering, joining our team, sponsor a child. To find more to get involved click the button below.

Get to Know Us

An insight into the engine room of the foundation. The people who get the gears moving to provide employability skills for disadvantaged youths.

“HAVE FUN. LEARN. SUCCEED”

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Bridge Project


The SOS Bridge program is one of the Foundation’s 4 component programs that focuses on academics and career of senior secondary school students in government secondary schools in Nigeria. The Bridge program has four sub-initiatives:

  • Bridge after School Club
  •  Stand Alone Career Days
  • Career Development
  • Prefect leadership Training

Testimonials


 

  • “Having a successful medical doctor that I could relate to because of our similar backgrounds as a mentor gave me more motivation to pursue my ambition to become a medical doctor. This is especially important for me because I come from a family where I am the first to go to school”

    Fatima Ali Adamu
    2014 Bridge Program Participant
  • “I have engaged in a series of writing competitions upon the advice and encouragement of my professional mentor. I went for World Aids Day Drama and I was part of a team that came in first. We were also the only Government School in the competition. I also participated in a Road Safety Program where I presented using the communication skills I learnt in the Bridge Program. I feel lucky to have been a part of the Bridge Program. I hope I can take advantage of the university program once I enter university”

    Joseph Ugochukwu
    2014 Bridge Program Participant
  • “I am so happy and privileged to have benefitted from the Bridge Program. Not only have I learnt valuable skills and also been given the chance to speak on-on-one to an Aeronautical Engineer (given that it is so difficult to find anyone that studied Aeronautical Engineering). I also am excited that the Foundation is sponsoring my tuition fees and examination fees as otherwise I would have delayed my plans to go to university by two years”

    Monday Stanley
    2014 Bridge Program Participant
  • “I was able to interact with other students, share ideas and learn from the facilitators who were super fun. I really enjoyed speaking to my mentor. He was amazing. He explained what requirements I needed and what it takes to be a petrochemical engineer. He also regularly checks up on me which makes me very happy. I have gained so much from the experience that I would love to be able to give back in the future by being a mentor

    Ani John Izuchukwu
    2014 Bridge Program Participant
  • “A speakers’ body language matters the most in a speech delivery – I did not know that before the communication session in the Bridge. I am not more confident in the way I speak in public because I know how to utilize my body language and tone to communicate better. I also learnt that leadership is not always about taking the mantle; it can also involve supporting leaders around you when they are struggling. For instance, since the workshop, I take responsibility of my class representative’s duties when she doesn’t”

    Samson Okaludo
    2014 Bridge Program Participant
  • “I applied the communication skills I learnt when I got the chance to meet the President of Nigeria”

    Franklin Iwuamadi
    2014 Bridge Program Participant
  • “Speaking to passionate students was the most interesting part of the Open Day. I was surprised at how much my mentee knew about his area of interest being mechanical engineering at his young age. He had really cultivated this interest over time. I would love to continue mentoring my mentee in particular – he truly inspires me”

    Abdulsalam Abba
    A Career Mentor
  • “I got to see the interest in the students and cultivate that. That was eye-opening”

    Rufai Liman
    A Career Mentor
  • “Meeting other professionals and impacting and exchanging various ideas with the students was very interesting”

    Maryam Baba Mohammed
    A Career Mentor
  • “Educating the Pupils on the real situation they should expect on their choice of career was the most effective part of the Open Day”

    Charles Nsa
    A Career Mentor
  • “The one-on-one interaction with the students was the most effective part of the Open Day”

    Muhammad Dantata
    A Career Mentor
  • “Educating the Pupils on what they should expect on their choice of career was the highly exciting for me”

    Lynda Dunkwu
    A Career Mentor
  • “Meeting the parents and sharing my experiences as an Architect with my two mentees was very rewarding”

    Ahmed Bawa Bwari
    A Career Mentor
  • “I did not think my child could perform so wonderfully. Watching her present at the Inter-School Competition Day was an eye-opening experience as to her capabilities outside of her studies”

    A Parent
  • “It is wonderful for a parent to know that her child’s education is fully funded for. It is truly emotional”

    Mrs. Iyoha
  • “It is so nice to know that others out there care for your children and support them where you are not able to. The foundation is doing a great service to us parents”

    Mr. Igodifo
  • “Having a successful medical doctor that I could relate to because of our similar backgrounds as a mentor gave me more motivation to pursue my ambition to become a medical doctor. This is especially important for me because I come from a family where I am the first to go to school”

    Fatima Ali Adamu
    2014 Bridge Program Participant
  • “I have engaged in a series of writing competitions upon the advice and encouragement of my professional mentor. I went for World Aids Day Drama and I was part of a team that came in first. We were also the only Government School in the competition. I also participated in a Road Safety Program where I presented using the communication skills I learnt in the Bridge Program. I feel lucky to have been a part of the Bridge Program. I hope I can take advantage of the university program once I enter university”

    Joseph Ugochukwu
    2014 Bridge Program Participant
  • “I am so happy and privileged to have benefitted from the Bridge Program. Not only have I learnt valuable skills and also been given the chance to speak on-on-one to an Aeronautical Engineer (given that it is so difficult to find anyone that studied Aeronautical Engineering). I also am excited that the Foundation is sponsoring my tuition fees and examination fees as otherwise I would have delayed my plans to go to university by two years”

    Monday Stanley
    2014 Bridge Program Participant
  • “I was able to interact with other students, share ideas and learn from the facilitators who were super fun. I really enjoyed speaking to my mentor. He was amazing. He explained what requirements I needed and what it takes to be a petrochemical engineer. He also regularly checks up on me which makes me very happy. I have gained so much from the experience that I would love to be able to give back in the future by being a mentor

    Ani John Izuchukwu
    2014 Bridge Program Participant
  • “A speakers’ body language matters the most in a speech delivery – I did not know that before the communication session in the Bridge. I am not more confident in the way I speak in public because I know how to utilize my body language and tone to communicate better. I also learnt that leadership is not always about taking the mantle; it can also involve supporting leaders around you when they are struggling. For instance, since the workshop, I take responsibility of my class representative’s duties when she doesn’t”

    Samson Okaludo
    2014 Bridge Program Participant
  • “I applied the communication skills I learnt when I got the chance to meet the President of Nigeria”

    Franklin Iwuamadi
    2014 Bridge Program Participant
  • “Speaking to passionate students was the most interesting part of the Open Day. I was surprised at how much my mentee knew about his area of interest being mechanical engineering at his young age. He had really cultivated this interest over time. I would love to continue mentoring my mentee in particular – he truly inspires me”

    Abdulsalam Abba
    A Career Mentor
  • “I got to see the interest in the students and cultivate that. That was eye-opening”

    Rufai Liman
    A Career Mentor
  • “Meeting other professionals and impacting and exchanging various ideas with the students was very interesting”

    Maryam Baba Mohammed
    A Career Mentor
  • “Educating the Pupils on the real situation they should expect on their choice of career was the most effective part of the Open Day”

    Charles Nsa
    A Career Mentor
  • “The one-on-one interaction with the students was the most effective part of the Open Day”

    Muhammad Dantata
    A Career Mentor
  • “Educating the Pupils on what they should expect on their choice of career was the highly exciting for me”

    Lynda Dunkwu
    A Career Mentor
  • “Meeting the parents and sharing my experiences as an Architect with my two mentees was very rewarding”

    Ahmed Bawa Bwari
    A Career Mentor
  • “I did not think my child could perform so wonderfully. Watching her present at the Inter-School Competition Day was an eye-opening experience as to her capabilities outside of her studies”

    A Parent
  • “It is wonderful for a parent to know that her child’s education is fully funded for. It is truly emotional”

    Mrs. Iyoha
  • “It is so nice to know that others out there care for your children and support them where you are not able to. The foundation is doing a great service to us parents”

    Mr. Igodifo
  • “Having a successful medical doctor that I could relate to because of our similar backgrounds as a mentor gave me more motivation to pursue my ambition to become a medical doctor. This is especially important for me because I come from a family where I am the first to go to school”

    Fatima Ali Adamu
    2014 Bridge Program Participant
  • “I have engaged in a series of writing competitions upon the advice and encouragement of my professional mentor. I went for World Aids Day Drama and I was part of a team that came in first. We were also the only Government School in the competition. I also participated in a Road Safety Program where I presented using the communication skills I learnt in the Bridge Program. I feel lucky to have been a part of the Bridge Program. I hope I can take advantage of the university program once I enter university”

    Joseph Ugochukwu
    2014 Bridge Program Participant
  • “I am so happy and privileged to have benefitted from the Bridge Program. Not only have I learnt valuable skills and also been given the chance to speak on-on-one to an Aeronautical Engineer (given that it is so difficult to find anyone that studied Aeronautical Engineering). I also am excited that the Foundation is sponsoring my tuition fees and examination fees as otherwise I would have delayed my plans to go to university by two years”

    Monday Stanley
    2014 Bridge Program Participant
  • “I was able to interact with other students, share ideas and learn from the facilitators who were super fun. I really enjoyed speaking to my mentor. He was amazing. He explained what requirements I needed and what it takes to be a petrochemical engineer. He also regularly checks up on me which makes me very happy. I have gained so much from the experience that I would love to be able to give back in the future by being a mentor

    Ani John Izuchukwu
    2014 Bridge Program Participant
  • “A speakers’ body language matters the most in a speech delivery – I did not know that before the communication session in the Bridge. I am not more confident in the way I speak in public because I know how to utilize my body language and tone to communicate better. I also learnt that leadership is not always about taking the mantle; it can also involve supporting leaders around you when they are struggling. For instance, since the workshop, I take responsibility of my class representative’s duties when she doesn’t”

    Samson Okaludo
    2014 Bridge Program Participant
  • “I applied the communication skills I learnt when I got the chance to meet the President of Nigeria”

    Franklin Iwuamadi
    2014 Bridge Program Participant
  • “Speaking to passionate students was the most interesting part of the Open Day. I was surprised at how much my mentee knew about his area of interest being mechanical engineering at his young age. He had really cultivated this interest over time. I would love to continue mentoring my mentee in particular – he truly inspires me”

    Abdulsalam Abba
    A Career Mentor
  • “I got to see the interest in the students and cultivate that. That was eye-opening”

    Rufai Liman
    A Career Mentor
  • “Meeting other professionals and impacting and exchanging various ideas with the students was very interesting”

    Maryam Baba Mohammed
    A Career Mentor
  • “Educating the Pupils on the real situation they should expect on their choice of career was the most effective part of the Open Day”

    Charles Nsa
    A Career Mentor
  • “The one-on-one interaction with the students was the most effective part of the Open Day”

    Muhammad Dantata
    A Career Mentor
  • “Educating the Pupils on what they should expect on their choice of career was the highly exciting for me”

    Lynda Dunkwu
    A Career Mentor
  • “Meeting the parents and sharing my experiences as an Architect with my two mentees was very rewarding”

    Ahmed Bawa Bwari
    A Career Mentor
  • “I did not think my child could perform so wonderfully. Watching her present at the Inter-School Competition Day was an eye-opening experience as to her capabilities outside of her studies”

    A Parent
  • “It is wonderful for a parent to know that her child’s education is fully funded for. It is truly emotional”

    Mrs. Iyoha
  • “It is so nice to know that others out there care for your children and support them where you are not able to. The foundation is doing a great service to us parents”

    Mr. Igodifo

“HELP THEM ACHIEVE THEIR GOALS”

EVENTS

Don’t just watch be a part of the movement, follow their growth and progress through the SOS BRIDGE and take part of our  other programs such as; SOS HEADSTART, SOS CAREERS and SOS ACCELERATED LEARNING PROGRAM.

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JOIN US TODAY. GET INVOLVED


Any young person between the ages of 5 – 15 can benefit from this. It is not too late, start today!