AIESEC USIU-Africa will be holding its first Stakeholders Dinner on Saturday, July 29 at Park Inn by Radisson Westlands.

The dinner is an appreciation evening to members, partners, alumni, parents and supporters of AIESEC,  for individual and organizational contributions to projects AIESEC have undertaken this year. It will also host the official launch of a mentorship program expected to run from Fall semester 2017.

The mentorship program aim to build AIESEC members’ capacities in leadership development, soft skills acquisition and professionalism, to increase the community impact of their projects and activities.

It also comes hot on the heels of an AIESEC Kenya conference held from July 20-24 at the ACK Guest House in Mombasa. The conference – where AIESEC USIU-Africa was declared best delegation - aimed to equip members of AIESEC with skills for drafting activity plans before the upcoming AIESEC elections.

AIESEC was established at USIU-Africa in 1994 linking hundreds of students to an international network of young people from 128 countries around the world. The network purposes to strive for peace and fulfilment of humankind’s potential through opportunities for cross-cultural exchanges.