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THE BLOOM WEEK

DISCOVER, DEVELOP, BE THE CHANGE.... BLOOM

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Discover, Develop, Be the change…. Bloom 

The Bloom Week is the annual programme of Bloom Initiative for empowering youth. The first edition took place from August 25 to 29, 2014.

The Bloom Week is a week-long program consisting of:

  • Incorporated case studies, texts and group exercises.
  • Planning and execution of community service projects.
  • Commendation ceremony and ALIWA affiliated alumni investiture.

Bloom Week Eligibility

Bloom Week will target secondary schools students at the end of their penultimate academic year i.e., SS2 or IGSCE Year 10.

Prospective students will be screened by the Bloom Advisory Board, who will be focused on the quality of each student’s academic track record; involvement in school extra curricula activities; communication skills and overall leadership potential.

Bloom Week has been designed:

  • As a compact, intensive intervention
  • To expose young minds to the science, challenges and context for effective leadership for the aspiring Nigerian in the 21st century.

Bloom Week is targeted at talented youth, some of who may already exhibit leadership potential.
Bloom Week is scheduled to take place from August 21-25, 2017. It will use interplays of case studies, texts and group exercises to provide participants with knowledge and wisdom as follows:

  • Leadership
  • Citizenship
  • Business, Finance and Entrepreneurship
  • Self Management and Organization
  • Others Management

Bloom Week will be targeting students from a select mix of private secondary schools and public schools, In their penultimate academic year i.e. SS2 or IGSCE Year 10 or Lower Six.
Participating schools include; Kings College, Queens College, Oxbridge, Global International School, Corona School, Greensprings School, Atlantic Hall, FGC Ijanikin, Dowen College, Bridgehouse College, Redeemers International School, STEE School, Supreme Education Foundation.

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