|Mrs. Sharon Webley, Vice President of Lencool Educational Consultants, LLC|
A reputable and highly rated American based company, Lencol HR & Educational Consultants LLC has unveiled plans to yet again take several Nigerian students on educational excursion to the United States of America as part of its annual international excursion plans for students from Nigeria.
The excursions which are educationally based and designed to deliver a lifetime of global awareness and International exposure are always conveniently scheduled during school holidays and the next one will be in December.
These excursions has been giving Nigerian students the opportunity to be part of International Writing Workshop, International University tours, Student Leadership Training, International camping event, Sports & Academic Camps and many more. And to always re-assure parents that their children are in safe hands, all student travelers are provided with full health insurance coverage.
Lencol Educational Consultants is a group of educators who offer services to professionals and students domestically and internationally aimed at strengthening the teaching process as well as the learning process which involves assessment, learning goals, engagement, motivation and goal setting. They are experts in the British and American educational systems and their specialty is merging these systems for success at the University level.
With their mission statement as helping students to accelerate their academic success by strategically coordinating key learning experiences for both students and teachers, many stakeholders in the Nigerian educational sector have been applauding the company’s resolve to give the Nigerian students international exposure at their very tender age.
The Vice President of the company, Mrs. Sharon Williams, explains that Senior Secondary Students excursions are focused on leadership and University or College preparation while the Junior Secondary Students excursions are focused on increasing global awareness. “During this excursion, the Senior Secondary Students will tour the campuses of several universities and have an opportunity to meet with Admissions staff and college students. Students will hear skill development lectures and visit several tourist attractions. The Junior Secondary School students will visit their same aged peers at several U.S. schools. They will interact both socially and academically and often athletically. Students opting for this excursion will also have an opportunity to tour U.S. Universities in order to start developing a plan for their university studies”.