Tosin has nearly six years direct experience in development program for young people at risk. Since 2004 after her graduation from the University she has continually worked in areas that promote youth development and Empowerment. In 2006, during her Youth Corps Service in Lokoja State, Nigeria, she organized Education and vocational workshops for less priviledged young people in rural communities. Thus reaching out to over 3,000 youths. In 2007, she received a State Honours award as the Best Corps Member. In subsequent year, she was among the 25Nigerian women who participated in the Women Mentoring Women program organized by IdeaBuilders in partnership with VitalVoices, USA. And, at the end of the mentoring exercise, she emerged Best Mentee with cash gift from VitalVoices.

Due to uprising poor performances of Nigerian students in the West African Examination (WAEC) Tosin founded the Resource Sharing Network (RsN) in 2008: a not-for-profit, Youth-Led organization which is set out to improve the academic performance of students in Secondary Schools, and to restore conscientiousness to school work and activities amongst young people. The program provides a platform for learning through a mentoring scheme, Coaching Classes, Career Talks, Leadership Programs, Ethics, etc. RSN is affiliated to A Ray of Hope, UNESCO Youth Ambassador for the Culture of Peace - Tosin is a passionate lover of young people and firm believer in their unique potentials regardless of their disabilities, religion, size and color. She has been coordinating a Mentoring Programme for disadvantaged youths since 2009 till date and thus far, she's been able to pair students with young professionals as mentors and organize FREE Career Workshop for Students with their Parents/Guardians. She is also, the Program Administrator of Young Professionals Impact Foundation a non-governmental and non-religious organization interested in making a positive and lasting impact on the society through education intervention initiatives, most especially on children in need, in orphanages, hospices and abandoned children. Tosin earned a B.Sc degree in Computer Science from the University of Lagos, Nigeria

It's all about standing in the gap for young people.....our future leaders.

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Olutosin Oladosu Adebowale Founder/Project Coordinator Star of Hope Transformation Centre 512 Road F Close Festac Town Lagos-Nigeria https:

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