Scholar Destiny Erhabor, a 300 level Chemical Engineering Student of University Of Benin, Nigeria, was on the 18th of October 2019, took a message on ‘Social Media and Academic Performance: Friends or Foes?’ to 25 prospective college students of Immortal Impact Lecture House and New System Lectures in Benin City, in fulfilment of the requirements to graduate from ISERH Undergraduate Studies Class 3.
He started by asking them to signify if they have a smart phone and are on any social media platform. They all signified to have a smart phone and belong to social media platforms. He proceeded in giving them a brief history of social media and analyzing its effects and remedies on academic performance. He then gave them tips on how to avoid social media pitfalls.
Having successfully implemented this project, he has hereby fulfilled a part of the requirements expected of him to graduate and get inducted as an ISERH Associate Ambassador, and if all things being equal, he shall have unrestricted access to the resources available on the Ambassadors Portal - starting from Saturday 30th of November, 2019, immediately after their convocation and induction ceremony on the class platform.
ISERH Undergraduate Studies is a FREE online course where African undergraduates and fresh graduates are trained (via whatsapp class) by professionals, for a period of 5 months (minimum) on leadership, socio-economic, relationship and entrepreneurial skills. The students of the course are referred to as SCHOLARS, and upon the fulfilment of 75% attendance rate, 50% facebook engagement rate, filling of online graduation form, and implementation and reporting of capstone project, they get convocated and inducted as ISERH Associate Ambassadors. This gives them unrestricted access to ISERH Ambassadors Portal (http://ambassadors.iserh.org) where they can freely have one-on-one chats with a group or individual Ambassadors and their facilitators, have access to internship, fellowship, jobs adverts; audio/video lectures; books; and lots more.
From all of us at the Initiative for Sound Education, Relationship & Health (ISERH), we say 'Congratulations to you' and as well give credit to Mr. Kunle Olatunji who facilitated the training of our scholars on ‘Social Media and Academic Performance: Friends or Foes?’.
Director of Undergraduate Studies