iEARN-Liberia in collaboration with World Computer Exchange presents "FREE COMPUTER TRAINING " for high school girls.Please visit our office for more information.
iEARN Liberia is a Non for Profit Organization, registered with the Government of the Republic of Liberia since 2005. The iEARN Network enables young people to bridge the digital divide using information communication technology to engage in collaborative educational programs.
In Liberia, we share the vision that interactive collaboration can both enhance learning and promote the quality of life on earth. We support K-12 educators, students and schools with an invaluable structure to engage in collaborative learning that will provide a platform for a global learning environment. We support and provide resources and professional development to schools for an effective implementation of K-12 school based ICT initiatives. We also provide the following educational programs and learning opportunities:
1. Computer and internet literacy training;
2. Vocational skills training for youth empowerment;
3.Environmental programs that promote environmental sustainability;
4.virtual exchange program through the Global Teenager Project(GTP);
5.Physical exchange program through the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study Program (YES), A US Department of State sponsor program;
6. The use of digital medial technology for social activism;
7.Training on how to use internet platform for online collaboration.
In today fast globalizing world, our mission is to enhance learning with the vision that today’s learner are tomorrow’s leaders. We will strive to connect young people to their future through innovative programs that will equip them to become good citizens. We believe that we can support young people to produce the quality of change they so desire for a productive future.
To meet our goals, we have initiated the following programs:
1. Creative Arts for Sustainable Empowerment (CASE), a graphic arts skills training program
2. Computer Education to Enhance Learning (CEEL), a computer literacy training for teachers
3.Youth Empowerment through Agriculture (YEA Project), the promotion of local products through a micro-finance program.
4. High School Environmental Club, an environmental education that promote sustainable practices and respect for nature.
Kennedy -Lugar Youth Exchange and Study Program sponsor by the US Department of State. http://yesprograms.org/
Creative Arts for Sustainable Empowerment (CASE), previously sponsored by the ILO/UNIDO (GRANT PERIOD PHASE OFF). We are currently seeking sponsorship to sustain the project.
Global Teenager Project (GTP) http://www.globalteenager.org/
Environment Online (ENO) http://www.enoprogramme.org/
World Computer Exchange http://worldcomputerexchange.org/liberia