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FUOYE Students makes it again to UN Fellowship.

26 Student of Federal University Oye-Ekiti has once again made the school proud by making it to the
  2020 United Nations Academic Impact and Millennium Campus Network (MCN) launched the Millennium Fellowship. The selective Fellowship is a semester-long leadership development program that convenes, challenges, and celebrates student leadership for UN goals.

The United Nations Academic Impact and Millennium Campus Network for 2020 runs across 80 campuses across 20 nation with 1428 fellows which 26 are from fuoye. The fellows selected will work From August through December, and take action to help make the Sustainable Development Goals and United Nations Academic Impact Principles a reality.
The millennium fellowship for this year had 15,159 students that applied from 1,458 campuses across 135 nation. While only 6% of the campuses were selected, this comprises of 1428 students from 80 campuses across 20 nations. Different fellowship project will be conducted on different campuses.

At Federal University Oye Ekiti, Nigeria, Millennium Fellow advances SDG 4: Quality Education, Educating the young Minds is major in initiating the young mind with the right initiative and the right mindset towards Academic importance. Projected towards raising funds to assist the poor minds to get access to information and primary education. Inclusively, assisting the poor Nigeria child with the provision of educational aids. Educating the young minds across the campuses on skills acquisition, including the proper utilization of the technology asset in acquiring value and building responsible financial literacy.

At the University of Ilorin, Nigeria, a Millennium Fellow advances SDG 5: Gender Equality through a grassroots movement to stop child marriage. This initiative aims to raise awareness on the negative consequences of child marriage in addition to supporting girls in the community by fundraising for scholarships to continue their education and become independent. During the Millennium Fellowship, the Project is projected to positively impact 200 people.

The Millennium Fellowship, was launched in 2013, is a 10 session, semester-long leadership accelerator convening student leaders across universities to improve their student organizations, partnerships, and community impact.

 The Fellowship is a semester-long course curetted by Campus Directors, designed to help develop the values, professional skills, and pathways needed to succeed in the social impact sector, from performance management to writing grants to reflecting on compassion fatigue.

The fellows selected from Federal University Oye-Ekiti are Adefiranye Joy, Adekunle Owolabi, Adeyemi Adejugbe, Balogun Abiodun, Charles Mfon, Comfort Adebayo, Deborah Olaoye, Eniola Onitilo, Ifedayo Adebayo, Johnson Alabi, Juwon Omojasola, Kofoworola Akuraku, Marvellous Adeyemi-Adesuyi, Oladayo Babatunde, Olujimi Fashoyin, Olumide Olapade, Oluwafemi Ogunsimi, Oluwapelumi Adejumo, Oluwaseun John-Muboh, Oluwaseyi Babalola, Oluwatimileyin Oladipupo, Saheed Abubakar, Tosin Adebayo, Victor Akinode, Victoria Egunranti, Yusro Quadri.
We congratulate all selected fellows!!!

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