DO Newsletter Alert

Hello Doers,

We trust you are keeping strong and shining your light of change in your sphere of influence.

We want to officially welcome you to our weekly newsletter, the first of its kind.

Starting from next week, a newsletter will go out every Monday containing details of our impact activities, events, and other cool packages we are preparing for your development, improvement, and fulfilment.

So, keep an eye out.


DO Announcements:

  • NYSC Network Launch

We are happy to announce the launch of the NYSC Network, a community built as a support system to help corps members navigate the entire NYSC process.

To join, visit


  • Career Network Launch (Get Hired Bootcamp)

Also, we are happy to announce the launch of Career Network, a community that supports job seekers with professional training and access to resources for their career development.

To herald the network, DO Take Action is launching its maiden program, ‘Get Hired Bootcamp.’

To register, click


DO Events:

Here are the events we have lined up for you this week on Twitter Space:

  • Citizens and voters’ engagement, education, participation, and mobilisation 

           Friday, 11 – 12pm

           Hosted by Maxwell


  • The importance of social networks and communities in teachers’ professional development

           Saturday 12 – 1pm

           Hosted by Jacqueline 


Last Week in a Nutshell:

Last Saturday, we hosted a GDC Meet and Chill for our hardworking GDCs at Jabi Lake Mall. It was a fun, exciting, and surreal moment for everyone. The GDCs enjoyed themselves, played games, danced, networked, interacted and received surprise gifts.

N/B: Only GDCs that have carried out a project were invited.

Click to carry out a project and participate in our GDC Hangout next month. 


If you have not joined any networks, here are the links to register:

DO NYSC Network:

DO Career Network:

DO Teachers’ Network:


Wishing you the best!

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