9th January 2019

APPLY SOME PANACHE!

Everybody has style but a lady with panache expresses her style in a way that one can hardly ignore not necessarily because she adorns herself with the most expensive jewelry or wears the most expensive perfumes, but rather because of the way she comports herself.
26th December 2018

Lade Falobi; the award winning teenager using photography for Social Good

I figured out that my photography could do more than just show the world what I see; it could be a way to help others. In accordance with the United Nation's SDG 17 (Partnership for the goals), I started working with NGOs and small startups that had ideas that could help change the world. I take pictures of them carrying out their projects, so that they could show others, especially those who could give them grants to further aid their projects.
5th October 2018

Leading an Educational Revolution in Nigeria

There is no gainsaying that education is a very important tool of nation building and one of the core indices of national development. In fact, in the very true words of Erasmus, “the main hope of a nation lies in […]
27th July 2018

TEENS GOING FOR GOLD NETWORK EMBARKS ON THE TRAINING PHASE OF PROJECT #TEACHATEEN

As a follow-up to the #TeachATeen campaign which lasted throughout the month of June 2018, Teens Going for Gold Network, a not for profit organization dedicated to grooming teenagers to become socially conscious and financially self-reliant, started the training phase […]
25th July 2018

Girl-Child Education Advocate and Inspiring Filmmaker, Zuriel Oduwole Turns 16

Making her first film at age 12 and having met with 24 Presidents and Prime Ministers across the globe to talk to them about creating policies that makes sure all girls go to school, Zuriel Oduwole is one very inspiring […]
3rd July 2018

My #TeachATeen Story on Financial Education: Why God Did Not Answer My Money Prayers

The first time I opened a bank account, I was 16 years old and in my first year in the University of Benin. After I received my account details from the Bank, I made at a stop at the University’s […]
27th June 2018

Etiquette for Teenagers: Taking “Etiquesteps” to a Successful Adulthood

The importance of etiquette consciousness for teenagers cannot be undermined. This is not unconnected with the fact that many benefits are derived from living an etiquette conscious life as a teenager and these benefits far outweigh the efforts put into […]
27th June 2018

James Okina, the once-upon-a-time street kid now helping hundreds of street kids access education

Can you tell us about yourself? YO! First off thank you for this opportunity, I am truly humbled to be featured on this bulletin. Well as you probably know by now my name is James Okina and I am one […]
3rd May 2018

Indecision- a thief of opportunities

Not all thieves hide under the cloak of the night or wield deadly weapons to rob you of valuables. Some are so gentle and subtle to the extent you may not even realize how much they cart away from you. […]
29th March 2018

WHAT EXACTLY IS WRONG WITH MENTEES?

Mentoring is such a beautiful privilege and opportunity! It could take you miles beyond what you can imagine! You can sit on the shoulders of one more experienced. You can even get connections! It’s beautiful! Everyone should have a mentor […]
22nd February 2018

Sophie Obomighie; teenspiration per excellence

Sophie is the perfect example of a teenager that has realized that relevance in the 21st century cannot be attained by sticking only to traditional methods of education. A 300 level student of biomedical science, Sophie is also a software developer […]
30th January 2018

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall; The Me power

“The world is following your example of how to treat you” Lisa Nichols Have you ever wondered why your natural eyes are designed to see the faces of everyone else but yours? It is probably God’s way of discouraging us […]