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Caleb College student wins World Scavenger Hunt Award

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In her speech while declaring the Caleb British International School, Lekki, Lagos representative as the winner of the Scavenger Hunt Award, the Programme Coordinator, Diamond Challenge, Mrs. Rachel Strauss noted that for the winner to emerge in the challenge, which was established in 2012 by the University of Delawares, USA to identify entrepreneurially talented high school students and teams with project ideas globally on issues that affect their generation, each of the finalists was assessed on their level of critical thinking, creativity and leadership qualities.The Programme Coordinator further explained that prior to the emergence of the winners in the eight award categories, all the finalists had undergone a four-week special e-learning training by some upwardly mobile entrepreneurs from around the world in order to be exposed to different skills to succeed as entrepreneurs before the submission of their pitch deck and video presentation of their ideas to the judges.


She, however, stressed that with the award, Master Toluwalase Oseni has been appointed into the carefully selected 22 – SAB ( Students Advisory Board) of the Horn Entrepreneur Department of the University of Delwares, USA, which has 22 high school students ( one from Africa – Master Toluwalase Oseni, one from Asia and 20 from other parts of the globe) as members.


In a related development, during the May 2020 UNESCO Week, which had Caleb British International School as one of the participants, Professor Teresa de Eca, a member of the Board of the World Alliance for Arts Education and a past President of the International Society for Education through Art ( InSEA), who was invited to engage the Year 7 students of the school at one of their virtual lessons on Microsoft Teams with their Art teacher, Prince Olusegun Adeniyi, has not only ensured the virtual exhibition of the Flora artworks created in the course of the engagement, but has also shared the artworks with the Portuguese students to show how impressed she was with the creativity level and dexterity of theIn her speech while declaring the Caleb British International School, Lekki, Lagos representative as the winner of the Scavenger Hunt Award, the Programme Coordinator, Diamond Challenge, Mrs. Rachel Strauss noted that for the winner to emerge in the challenge, which was established in 2012 by the University of Delawares, USA to identify entrepreneurially talented high school students and teams with project ideas globally on issues that affect their generation, each of the finalists was assessed on their level of critical thinking, creativity and leadership qualities.



The Programme Coordinator further explained that prior to the emergence of the winners in the eight award categories, all the finalists had undergone a four-week special e-learning training by some upwardly mobile entrepreneurs from around the world in order to be exposed to different skills to succeed as entrepreneurs before the submission of their pitch deck and video presentation of their ideas to the judges.


She, however, stressed that with the award, Master Toluwalase Oseni has been appointed into the carefully selected 22 – SAB ( Students Advisory Board) of the Horn Entrepreneur Department of the University of Delwares, USA, which has 22 high school students ( one from Africa – Master Toluwalase Oseni, one from Asia and 20 from other parts of the globe) as members.



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