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A letter to our Mentors. . . .

Good day Fellow Patriots,

We hope this mail meets you all in good health, peace and sound mind!

Once again, we thank you for your involvement in this scheme and we hope that you would continually give your support to passing on the baton of excellence.


Feedback from YOU.
Undoubtedly, since the inception of this mentoring cycle in October, 2009 we have refused to beleaguer your mailboxes bi-weekly with mails requesting for your feedback in this mentoring exercise, because we do understand the difficult challenges faced by some of our Mentors in their workplace in the last couple of months, especially those working in the Bank - it was such a dark period in some families. To those affected, our heart goes out to you and definitely we wish you a very successful future.

Now, that this season mentoring scheme is coming to a close in some weeks time and a new one commencing in October, 2010 we would appreciate it if you could spare some minutes and give us a feedback on your mentoring relationship with your Protégée! We are eager to hear from you, please. Peradventure you have a photograph of you and your Protégée, kindly send us a copy as well.


Recognition of Mentors
To our Mentors who have contributed tirelessly to helping these young ones. We appreciate your efforts. And, we look forward to hosting an Award event for our Mentors, Protégées and High school students. For sponsorship and support, please do not hesitate to reply this mail.


Good To Know
One of our Protégées -Oshevire in the previous mentoring cycle scored 290 in the UTME exams. Remember him?? - http://resourcesharingnetwork.blogspot.com/2009/01/mentees-profile-of-week.html. The young chap who wants to be the youngest President of Nigeria - Oshevire who was the Senior Prefect/Head boy in his set, graduated with the best result and truly he's got tall dreams. He was paired with Mr. Odewale Niyi exactly one year ago.. You might want to meet with Oshevire on 0813738656 or 07081589248.


GCE Forms.
Conclusively, this is to intimate you that the much awaited GCE forms are out. Peradventure you are interested in purchasing one for the Underprivileged youths/Protégée, kindly alert us. The cost price of the form is N6, 000 (six thousand naira).


Thank you for reading this.


Do have a wonderful month of JUNE.


Tosin Taiwo

Resource Sharing Network



"Better than a thousand days of diligent study is one day with a great teacher" Japanese Proverb

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