||A survey by the Inter-university Council of East Africa indicated that most graduates from universities in East Africa are ill-prepared for workplace. This was further backed up by a report released by World Bank. In order to grow the economies of Africa, there is need for a concerted effort to grow the skills of the youth in order to match the 21st century skills and become relevant to these growing economies. The Lapid Leaders Experience uses experiential learning to equip its students with these skills. Help us invest in the next generation of African Leaders by supporting this initiative.