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WISHLIST
Below is a wishlist of items that will greatly assist in helping us Ignite Opportunity:

1. Premises - Building
2. Printing paper
3. Paper Shredder
4. Laptop bags for students - 120 units
5. Current Business, Leadership and Self-Development books
6. Red ring binder files - 120 units
7. A5 notebooks - 120 units
8. Ladies formal wear for interviews
9. Flashdiscs (4gig) for practical exams - 120 units
10. Digital camera
11. Novels to give to students to take home to create a culture of reading
12. Sponsorship for supper and exam taxi club
13. Sponsorship for Peanut Butter Club
14. Sponsorship of software upgrade of our library
15. Kindles
16. Mugs
17. Bookeeper/Finance Assistant - part time
18. Sponsoring a scholarship
19. Sponsoring lecturer salary
20. Kitchen Crockery

One of the core aspects of TSiBA is the model of volunteerism. Many of our lectures, mentors and tutors are volunteers who give of their time each week through out the TSiBA year.
At TSiBA there are three ways to volunteer:

Academic Volunteers
Volunteers are recruited into our Curriculum Team as lecturers or tutors. Through this model, we are able to combine the theoretical knowledge imparted as part of the curriculum with the industry knowledge and experience of the volunteer. This enables us to enrich the students’ experience.

Mentors and Support Services Volunteers
Volunteers are recruited into our Student Support Team primarily as mentors, but also as additional support resources that are made available to our students (e.g. doctors, dentists etc). The mentorship programme is a key element of our offering and is firmly embedded within our culture and enables each of our students a chance to enhance their self development and leadership skills.

Resource Volunteers
TSiBA Cape Town is often in need of additional assistance in the business and operational side of our organisation and recruits volunteers who are willing to give of their time to assist us in the operations of TSiBA as a whole e.g.: assisting cataloguing books in our library, invigilating exams, distribution of materials, stock take etc.
Given the importance of the various roles played by volunteers within our business, TSiBA Education does require all volunteers – particularly those involved with lecturing, tutoring and mentoring – to participate in induction and development sessions through the year.

We offer a monthly volunteer briefing session on the last Thursday of every month at 08:30. Please contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) if you would like to book a seat and our next session or if you would like to volunteer.

If you are able to donate any of these or wish to sponsor purchasing some of these items, please contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

   

The Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) was founded in 2004 with a vision to “Ignite Opportunity”.  Our mission is to be an innovative learning community that graduates entrepreneurial leaders who ignite opportunity and social change.

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