EDUCATORS ARE INNOVATORS
An unconventional approach to skills development...The contributions of women who inspire us to be better human beings. Aspire Artemis Foundation (AAF) is an organization committed to promoting cultural exchange, language learning and holistic educational training opportunities to youth in vulnerable and marginalized communities across the globe. The aim of these efforts is to educate, empower and support youth in order to better prepare them for their future careers. We harness the power of creativity in young adults and highlight the achievements of trailblazers and change makers as a catalyst towards inspiring future leaders.
The organization builds leadership capacity and teaches young people the skills they need to foster positive use of language that helps them utilize their voices in constructive and empowering ways while providing hands on opportunities to career advancement. We plan to do this by providing solution oriented growth opportunities that increases self-confidence, makes a social impact, and enriches communities. One of our aims is that of discovering leaders and empowering them to face future challenges. We work with international organizations, the private sector, relevant government partners, civil society, and other world bodies to actualize this objective.
Rechanneling the energy of youth into positive ventures that have a social impact. Aspire Artemis seeks to inspire today’s youth by highlighting the achievements of brave and brilliant women who, despite adversity, have aspired to surpass expectations to make a change in people's lives and to leave a footprint which echoes globally. These women will serve as mentors to youth in marginalized and vulnerable communities through a leadership development programme. The aim of this programme is to empower youth, provide skills training and expand their potential, giving them encouragement and hope. This programme is focused on building confidence in young people to prepare them to succeed in their future careers. The programme will achieve these goals through the following paths: debate training, leadership skills development, foreign language skills, capacity development, volunteerism, mentorship opportunities, communication training and development, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math (STEAM) training, and internship opportunities.
To work for the improvement of the lives of children, young people and women from disadvantaged backgrounds through information sharing, training, research, education and innovative early interventions; bridging the gap between theory, policy and practice.