EaSEP will select 10 such students for its expenses-paid, five-month residential program in Nandi Hills, and help them apply for full-need scholarships at some of the best universities in North America. The program's goal is to provide a global education for Kenya's future leaders.
EaSEP is currently accepting applications for its Class of 2018. Students must have completed the KCSE in 2017 and earned at least an A-, be among the stop students in their high school, have demonstrated leadership, and have roots in western Kenya. Candidates shall not have enrolled in a post-secondary degree program.
EaSEP's area of jurisdiction includes the following counties: Baringo, Nakuru, Nandi, Elgeyo Marakwet, Trans Nzoia, Uasin Gishu, Kericho and Bomet. Students should either be from this area or have attended high school there, and have financial need.
The 2018 application can be found here. Applications are due April 20. The program will run from June through November with two breaks.
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