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Clubs round-up

AIESEC Strathmore University

AIESEC a youth leadership movement that addresses world issues by developing leadership skills in a challenging environment held its 3rd edition of the Experiential Leadership Development Conference themed: Laying the Groundwork. The training was held at Izaak Walton Hotel in Embu from the 7th to 9th of June. The aim of the conference was for leadership mentoring through practical training sessions. The guest speaker was the AIESEC Kenya President-elect Jemimah Nkirote who is a Strathmore University Alumni. Over the three days, participants were enriched with key learning nuggets such as never settle, keep learning and allow failure to induce growth.

Are you a passionate individual who would like to learn, grow and take responsibility in making the world a better place? Sign by clicking http://bit.ly/AIESEC_Strath_Recruitment  or email: aiesec@strathmore.edu

AIESEC also provides international internships and leadership opportunities. If you are a student interested in working or volunteering abroad, check out their exchange programs. If you are interested in developing your professional skills and leading teams, check out their leadership program

Strathmore Environmental Club

Strathmore University in conjunction with the Strathmore Environmental Club held an environmental week from the 3rd to 7th June. The theme was to make a difference by being part of the solution which is part of the Strathmore University Safi campaign (SU_Safi). SU_Safi is just one of the campaigns that aim to make the University a Green Plastic-Free environment. With the support of everyone at Strathmore University, we hope we can make our University an ideal example. The week was outlined with various activities that included discussions, art exhibitions, a green flea market and many more.

Concerned about our environment, Strathmore Environmental Club will be holding training sessions later this month for all its members.

The Club meets every Friday at the Sir Thomas More Building from 3 pm. For more information email:



This article was written by Tuzo Munene, a Diploma in Journalism student at Strathmore Institute of Management and Technology.


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