Connecting the Dots Foundation is a human capital development organization. We are dedicated to transforming the society through lives of today’s youths with the uttermost recognition of the millennial age through the use of knowledge, skills and training together with empathy and understanding in transforming how young people think, feel and behave.
Become the FOREMOST easy meet up link for youngsters, offering the needed guidance to trail through in achieving their Desired Goal towards Global Change.
In the next decade, 1 billion young people will enter the labour market and approximately only 400 million of them will have jobs. (World Bank). This wide variation will be as a result of the quality of those who seek to be employed. This is what the PROJECT M I L E seeks to address.
DOT Learning Point
The DOT learning point is a learning hub that equip youngsters with relevant digital, soft and hard skills that enable youngsters adjust to the challenges they will encounter in their adult life as well as the demands of work in the labour market. Mastering these skills can help them learn, live and work better.
DOTS Talk Time
Dot Talk Time is a time set apart for teenagers and youths to come together to talk about different issues surrounding and affecting them. Varying from education, career , relationship, etc.
A conglomeration of business minded teenagers and youths who are into small scale businesses or intending to; come together to strengthen each other businesses… We also have volunteers’ hub, readers’ hub & writers’ hub.
Monthly Online Webinars
Our monthly online webinars educate, transform and challenge youngsters about daily issues they face through high quality visual contents from facilitators who are expertise in their various fields.
Dynamic Outstanding Thought leaders’ (DOTS) Hang out happens once in a year, and it is usually in the month of December. We meet in a physical space away from the online platform.
I have finished secondary school for a year plus and was busy with other business. I kept seeing these stuffs being uploaded on my friend status(seyif1), the one which caught my amusement was when he went for a hangout in Lagos and I was dazed at the amazing activities I saw in pictures. I earnestly longed to join, then one day I logged in to Whatsapp and I saw a link sent to me from him. I clicked the link and lo and behold I was in Teens World. Oh the joy that flood my souL!. Shortly after I got a dm from Aunty(the Founder), on her getting to know me...Onyegbula Stephen
TWD has been a blessing in all shades, I am eternally grateful to God for connecting me with TWD. My whole writing career started with TWD, I joined the writers hub and I couldn't resist using my pen again. Being among great minds has been a daily inspiration. All the online webinars on TWD has been educative and enlightening. I never knew you can host an online party and it will be fun filled till I joined TWD. Every youngster should (it's a necessity) be part of TWDFaith
I joined TWD in 2018 through a friend and as someone who had relationship problems; I wasn't really to relate with anyone. I was one of those people who faced a lot and wasn't ready to say anything to anyone but when I joined TWD, Aunty Esther was ready to listen to me and she welcomed me with open hands. She encouraged me and prayed for me and since then I've always felt the family bond. I got an elder sister I didn't have in Aunty Esther. She is always ready to encourage, pray and scold me.Bamigbade Ifeoluwanimi
Twd had helped me to come out of hiding; I used to be a full blown introvert, but then, when I first made contact with the organization, it felt different. It was more of a family than an organization. Then I continued and there was a time in which I was made to teach the group on animation. I remember I was so scared but then I gave it a trial. Since then, I got to realize and learn a lot about speaking publicly and skills regarding working in an organization. If there is one thing TWD has helped me with, it is that it has helped me pushed beyond my limits.David Olufemi
I have been with TWD for almost two years and as a person, I have learnt not to despise little beginning. I have learnt and practiced the act of self less service. Connecting the dots Foundation as acted as a mind sharpener, broader and most importantly seeing the need of the God-factor. TWD is home for a lot of teenagers and youths, a safe haven for them. Each session on our platform, has a long lasting impact on the disposition and attitude to a lot of things.Gift Akinkuotu
If I was told 2 years ago that I would be able to do the things I do now I would argue. I zeroed my mind on becoming better because nothing around could develop the potentials that I had in me. I wanted a chance to show what I can do even if it was little but I didn't have the chance, no one to help, I was stranded.Akinremi Fiyinfoluwa
The Connecting Dots Foundation has helped in grooming and shaping me in multifarious ways. I've gotten several salient, impactful and life transforming, growth stimulating values from the various seminars, conferences, classes, hangouts etc. organized by the foundation. TWD has also afforded me the opportunity to network with great minds and different people from different parts of the country. TWD is more than an organization, it's a family and I feel happy, loved and fulfilled to be part of this great family…Oluwaseyi Faronbi
TWD helped me to become a purposeful and focused teenager. I wish I had been on the group since the inception of the organsation, But then, I joined in November, 2018. And since then, I have everyday become my better version. This is where I started content creation. My writing skills started growing with speed when I joined TWD. I found my footings in writing.. TWD has also taught me to be responsible and it gave me platform to teach the little I know to other people. TWD gave me a voice.Adeola Oke