What We Do
Apply for Mentorship
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Become a Mentee
Join an exciting community
Enjoy structured mentoring
Free monthly seminars
Become a Super-Hero
Work with us to serve kids-in-need in your neighbourhood
PEIF Fund Seminar Classes
Year in Review:
The 2019-2020 mentorship year at the PEIF Fund was an eventful one, not because of the COVID-19 pandemic – though we certainly felt its impact, but rather due to achievements in service commitments, as well as the content and quality of the seminars delivered by our speakers.
Monthly Business Seminars in Canada
We offer monthly seminars internationally to explore new topics in a broad range of areas, including building a career plan, business financing, project funding, and platform building, among others, while tackling issues affecting kids-in-need in Edmonton. Learn More about changes due to COVID-19.
Teach A Child Program (TAC)
Meet and Greet Ceremonies took place internationally on April 27, 2019. A new Class of Mentees in STEM, arts, and social sciences was inaugurated as Tutors in our newly re-structured Teach A Child (TAC) Program in Nigeria.
TAC: Building A Teaching Program for those often Forgotten
At the heart of TAC is the goal of improving educational outcomes and empowering children and young women with disabilities with the necessary skills to excel in a world unprepared for them. We offer several core subjects, including: Maths, English, Computer Science, Coding, and Entrepreneurship...
Dr. Iyioha Receives a Stars of Alberta Award from the Minister of Culture & Tourism & the Lieut. Governor on International Volunteers Day.
"I truly appreciate the time and effort put into providing me with positive and constructive feedback. It only served to ignite deeper interest in the program... The way emails are replied showed me that I am conversing with intellectuals!"
- Chukwuebuka Christian Ogbodo, LL.B., BL.
Associate Fellow of the Royal Commonwealth Society;
Google Policy Scholar
Class of 2016
"My experience teaching kids has been a really fulfilling experience, knowing I am part of their success story. Watching them unable to beat an academic challenge today, and a couple of days later, after a little tutoring, be able to do it above my expectation, is simply phenomenal. A lot of kids are willing to learn and full of so much potential, but unfortunately do not always have the help they need to realize their potential, and being of help in this way, has been immensely inspiring and fulfilling."
- Hillary Maduka, LL.B., BL.
Former Senior Editor, International Youth Action Against Terrorism;
Africa Regional Coordinator, Global Network of Young Leaders
Class of 2016