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Join the movement. Become a WAAW Foundation STEM Chapter Leader or member today!

The WAAW Foundation Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) outreach program was launched in 2013. This program aims to train and equip the WAAW Foundation Scholars or college volunteers to launch and organize STEM outreach chapters within their Universities. The STEM chapter leaders recruit other STEM fellows and organize outreach and mentoring programs to 3-5 neighboring public Secondary schools in their communities to promote STEM education and learning amongst secondary students especially girls.

Are you a university student in Africa who:

  • Thrives in STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics)?
  • Has a passion for inspiring and mentoring younger students?
  • Wants to develop strong leadership and communication skills (especially if you’re interested in leading a chapter)?

The WAAW Foundation College to Secondary STEM Outreach program empowers university students to make a real difference.

  1. Maseno University
  2. Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology
  3. MOI University
  4. University Of Eldoret, Kenya
  5. Kenyatta University
  6. University of Nairobi, Kenya
  1. Federal University of Technology Owerri
  2. University of Nigeria Nsukka
  3. University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria
  4. University of Lagos
  5. Federal University of Minna
  6. University of Uyo
  7. Kaduna State University
  8. Ebonyi State University
  9. University of Benin
  10. University of Ibadan
  11. Delta State University
  12. University of Ilorin
  13. Federal University of Technology, Akure 
  14. Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ibogun
  15. Olabisi Onabanjo University, Sagamu
  16. Micheal Okpara Uni. of Agriculture
  17. Ajayi Crowther University
  18. Delta State Polytechnic
  19. Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria
  20. Usmanu Dan Fodiyo University, Sokoto
  21. University of Abuja, FCT
  1. Buea Chapter
  2. University of Bamend

  1. University of Rwanda
  1. Makerere University, Uganda
  2. International University Of East Africa
  1. University of Dodoma
  1. Addis Ababa Science and Technology University
  1. All Nation Chapter
  2. University of Cape Coasts
  3. University for Development Studies
  4. Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
  5. University of Ghana
  1. Fourah Bay, Sierra Leone
  2. Njala University, Sierra Leone
  1. University of Lome
  1. Stella Maris Polytechnic College
  1. Malawi Polytechnic College
  1. Eduardo Mondlane University
  1. Higher School of Statistics and Analysis
  1. University Of Eswatini
  1. University Of Khartoum 

Make Your Mark in STEM Education

  • Lead a team of passionate peers and create a dynamic STEM outreach chapter at your university (Become a STEM Chapter Leader).
  • Join an existing STEM Chapter at your university and contribute your talents to ongoing outreach programs.
  • Develop valuable leadership and communication skills in either role.
  • Design and deliver engaging STEM workshops and mentoring programs to inspire secondary school students, particularly girls, to pursue STEM careers.
  • Bridge the gap between secondary school and higher education, fostering a strong pipeline for future African STEM professionals.

Benefits for you

  • Gain hands-on experience in program development, leadership, and communication, regardless of your chosen path.
  • Make a lasting impact on the lives of younger students.
  • Expand your network and connect with like-minded peers.
  • Receive ongoing support and training from the WAAW Foundation team.

How it works

  • The program focuses on reaching students in 3-5 neighboring public secondary schools.
  • We provide training and resources to equip STEM Chapter leaders to deliver effective tutoring, computer science training, and mentoring.
  • Our goal is to increase the pipeline of African girls entering STEM careers

Ready to Make a Difference?

Learn more about starting a STEM chapter at your university or joining an existing chapter. Reach out to us with a motivation statement by sending a mail to info@waawfoundation.org