Mrs. Delia Day Quick (carrying red hand-bag) in a group photo with students and some members of staff who facilitated the mentorship program.
CAVS students got a rare mentorship opportunity thanks to Mrs. Delia Day Quick from the U.S Embassy (Nairobi).
Being an economic officer at the embassy, topics of economic empowerment and policies that nurture entrepreneurship were discussed at length. Students got an opportunity to inquire more on how to develop their agricultural entrepreneurship skills during the question and answer session.
The college frequently organizes such events for the students. A student benefits from a mentoring relationship because he has someone with greater knowledge and experience to turn to for advice.
Mentors help demonstrate tasks to students, guide them through solving problems, or, in some cases, critique their work. Mentorships help the students to feel less isolated in their studies and encourage them to interact more with others.
Mrs. Delia Day Quick giving her mentorship speech to the students.
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