Logos Mentorship

At the Logos Scholarship Fund, we seek to invest not only in the student’s educational well-being but their overall development through Mentorship and Discipleship.

Our motivation for mentoring is a desire to see the mentees:

  • Become Spiritually Mature – able to articulate and commit to Christian values;
  • Grow into Disciplers and mentors;
  • Discover and appreciate their talents and use them to improve their lives, that of their family and the communities around them;
  • Make good and informed career choices

Each of our students is assigned a mentor who walks with them for the period that they are with us.

Being an initiative of the Nairobi Chapel, all our mentors consist of members of the church who are assigned to scholars based on gender and sometimes career preferences.

Three times a year during the school holidays, the mentees meet with their mentors on “Scholars Day” where they engage in interactive wholesome activities for spiritual, physical and mental nourishment.

Mentorship Stories

Mike Nyauke

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I joined Logos in August 2011 when I was in my second year of high school studies at Starehe Boys Centre. Apart from school fees, one of the

Marion Ogeto

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My name is Marion Ogeto and I am a lawyer, having graduated from Strathmore University in 2018, and currently awaiting admission to the Bar. I am passionate about

Bonface Kitonyi

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I was introduced to mentorship under the Logos Scholarship Fund by a close friend almost 8 years ago. I initially hesitated before enrolling into the program as I

Rosa Nduati-Mutero

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Rosa Nduati-Mutero My name is Rosa Nduati-Mutero and I am a member of the Nairobi Chapel, Ngong Road community of believers. I started going to church at

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