In keeping with the directive, we therefore request that all students stay home as we await further guidance from the Government. However, the SMO training at the Mega EPZA in Kilifi will continue, in keeping with the strict COVID-19 health and safety measures.
Generation Kenya will, however, ensure that all FSS classes currently on weeks 4 and 5 of learning, continue through an online platform. Those interested in joining Generation Kenya can, however, still register by calling our official lines and social media platforms.
What we do
Our vision: A meaningful career and sustained well-being for every person, anywhere in the world.
Our mission: We transform education to employment systems to prepare, place and support people into life-changing careers that would otherwise be inaccessible.
Employers face a range of problems in entry level jobs—difficulty finding skilled talent, lackluster on-the-job performance, and high turnover in important roles. We can help address all of these challenges with our unique approach to training and our determined young graduates.
graduates from Generation Kenya since 2015
of graduates employed within 90 days of program completion
Generation is proud to work with over 200 employers in Kenya
remain in the same job six months after placement
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New hires who add value from day one
Many employers struggle to find entry-level staff with the right technical skills and personal attributes. Generation sources, trains, and energizes new recruits who can create value for your business from their first day on the job. Generation also works with employers to customize programs based on your specific needs. Read more about how we work with employers on our global site
"We save as much as fifty percent of the recruitment and training cost when we partner with Generation."
A few of our key partners
Generation in the press
Enhancing youth’s skills for employmentUSAID East Africa Trade + Investment Hub
Generation Kenya delivers another 4,000 youths for Kenya job marketCapital FM Online
Skill-based training necessary to curb shortage of employable youth in KenyaThe Standard Digital
How proper training can boost youth labour participationStandard Media See All Press