Since 2007, SEED has provided 16 post-secondary scholarships to high-achieving students across Kenya. Many recipients were also beneficiaries of the SEED High School Scholarship program. With annual costs over $1000, most high school graduates are unable to afford post-secondary education. The scholarship operates as a 50% grant, 50% loan structure, where beneficiaries are required to pay back the loan portion of their scholarship within 3 years of receiving full-time employment.
This program will be phased out by 2023 to focus our resources on SEED Junior Academy.
Everline completed a Bachelor’s in Business Management in 2016, and a Master’s degree in Accounting in 2019.
Padox completed a degree in Community Development and Project Management in 2013, and a degree in Journalism in 2019.
Albert graduated from Science and IT at Maseno University in Kenya.
Irene graduated from Graphics Communication & Advertising in 2016. She recently initiated a project in her community where she is educating girls on issues surrounding early pregnancy.