Systems Change Program, Employability
The Systems Change Program is an 18-month systems transformation process designed to fundamentally develop the components and structures of key systems that drive outcomes in higher education institutions (HEI).
It combines a systems approach and implementation grant to drive the targeted institutional transformation. The program identifies HEIs as champions for change and takes them through expert training and mentoring, and provides them with funding to improve on and develop new systems within their institution.
The pilot program running from October 2021 to May 2023 has started. Collaborating institutions are Strathmore University, Kepler, Ashesi University, Burkina Institute of Technology (BIT), University of Cape Coast, and Rwanda Polytechnic, IPRC Gishari.
Join the career professionals mentor pool
The Education Collaborative, Ashesi University, and Kepler are inviting interested career development and employability professionals of HEIs to sign up as potential mentors for the SCP-E Mentorship Pool in this and future SCP-E programs.
Abigail Welbeck, Director of Career Services at Ashesi University in the month of September held a series of Career Services webinars that engaged collaborators with the network and shared details of practices in the career department at Ashesi