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20 Aug LEAP 2015

LEAP is a non-profit education foundation that annually organizes a youth leadership programme held at UCLA in the USA. Each year, hundreds of students travel from across the globe to attend LEAP’s week-long programme dedicated to helping young adults uncover the “real-life” skills needed to...

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20 Aug LEAD SA – #Change Makers

On 15 August 2015, LeadSA hosted the first #ChangeMakers conference at the University of Johannesburg. “The conference allowed like-minded people who are already doing great things in their respective spaces, to network, share stories and inspire each other.”-LeadSA Seven Tomorrow Trust Post-Secondary students attended the event together...

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20 Jul Black Girl Code Event

On the 18th July, a group of 20 Grade 9 learners attended the Black Girl Code Event. The Black Girl Code vision is to increase the number of women of colour in the digital space by empowering girls of colour to become innovators in STEM fields,...

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11 Jul HSP Learners at the Minion Premiere!!!

On the 9th July 2015, the Tomorrow Trust Grade 6 learners were invited by Makro and Silveray Stationery Company to attend the launch of a new UHU product in South Africa. Part of this launch was to watch the premier of the new Minions movie...

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30 Apr Study skills workshop

On the 25th April 2015, Chris Dykes from Infinity Learning facilitated a full day workshop for our students focusing on study skills, concentration, motivation, and exam preparation. The feedback we received from all our students was extremely positive....

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28 Feb Holistic Workshops and Training

The first year students in Johannesburg were inducted to the Tomorrow Trust on the 21st of February. This workshop took place at the PwC Business School, and the focus was on taking students through the expectations of the Trust for them, and what they could...

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