The main objective of this group is to equip aspiring engineers with knowledge and prepare them as they transition to the job market.  This is a mentorship group where we, as students, acquire great insights from professional engineers.

Immaculate Ndunge, KKF Alumna – Machakos Girls High School, current student in Mechanical Engineering – University of Nairobi, and Engineering Networking Group Leader

Engineer & KKF Mentor, Mwende, models Professionalism
developing a change mindset
Webinar features KKF Mentor, Engineer Mwende Mutinda, KETRACO/University of Oxford, UK

The Engineering Networking Group was the first to be launched.  It has been extremely active, providing information on internships (e.g. Kenya Power Industrial Attachment, Kenya Revenue Authority, Kenya Ports Authority, United Nations, Department of Public Works, Roads, Transport, Housing and Energy, etc), seminars, training opportunities (e.g. MasterCard Foundation, WAAW Foundation, Commonwealth Master’s Scholarships, Africa Fellowship for Young Energy Leaders, African Changemakers, etc.), and employment opportunities.

Immaculate (The University of Nairobi) launched the Engineering Group via Zoom
Zipporah Mueni Mutia, Civil Engineer, KKF Alumna from Kyeni Girls High School and Rift Valley Institute of Science and Technology (RVIST)
Christina Kanini, Engineer - Bamburi Cement & KKF Mentor at Engineering Group Virtual Launch