We are The Teens Going for Gold Network


Who we are!

Founded in 2012, Teens Going for Gold Network is a development initiative that educates teenagers on ethics and values, inspires them to dream more, do more and become more and also empowers them to become financially self-reliant. The organization has positively affected approximately 4500 Nigerians between ages 15-25. At Teens Going for Gold Network, we believe that the value of your life should not be determined by the number of your years and we are building that consciousness in the Nigerian teenager


Our Projects

This is how Teens Going for Gold Network is making a difference.

Project Inspire

It is an annual conference of Teens Going for Gold Network where inspiring public figures and social reformers are invited to speak to secondary school students in order to inspire them to lead lives of impacts. The most recent took place in September 2017 at Bishop Gordons College, Benin City, Edo state..

The TeenAchiever

The TeenAchiever is a quarterly publication of Teens Going for Gold Network which is usually distributed free of charge to secondary schools and teenage churches in Nigeria. The publication usually features an interview with a teenspiration, novellas, articles and jokes that edify, educate and inspire readers to dream more, do more and become more.

If you are a secondary school teacher, teenage coach and counsellor who will like copies to be distributed at your school, church or event, you can send a mail. Contributions are welcome, Articles, short stories can be sent to teenachiever@pelumiobisesan.com

Click here to access published editions of TeensAchiever Bulletin!

Project Teach A Teen

Fully launched in 2017 in partnership with some amazing participants of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI), West Africa, Project Teach A Teen is a project that build ups the entrepreneurial, leadership and vocational capacities of teenagers in Nigeria. The first edition of the project was carried out in three locations; Edo state, Lagos state and Oyo state of Nigeria.

Visit the link below to view highlights of the project!

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