The mentorship programme is aimed at creating a platform for public and private universities to interact with business executives.
From the interactions, learners will be selected from the students to get more mentorship and progressively train them in readiness for the job market.
Dignataries, chief executives from the private sector including Vivo Active Wear founder and chief executive Wandia Gichuru and Rosemary Okello, founder of the regionally acclaimed Makini Schools will grace the occasion and also act as trainers.
Nation Media Group holds mentorship programmes four times a year. It is aimed at fighting the overwhelming poverty and unemployment in Kenya and East Africa at-large.