Your interview as a Grant Lead is to “Find 10 students within or outside your campus who needs money and can rally votes”.

  1. Tell them about the Social Grant and its benefits. Add interested persons to your WhatsApp group;
  2. Share the video attached below to show them How to vote
  3. Complete their names and submit them to the test link for the next voting round
  4. You get paid N10,000 if you produce 3 winners weekly


Goal of the Social Grant?

To make grants accessible to every student irrespective of their school grades or academic achievement through telegram voting events. 

How are Grant winners selected?

Since Solve Education! does not give grants based on academic achievements, Grant winners are judged based on their voting performance. Anyone that crosses the vote limits gets paid – and the monies can be used for school. 

Minimum Vote Limits and Grant Prizes

Grant Leads should agree with their team on a vote limit before they submit their name lists. Agreed limit determines how much winners get paid. Event runs weekly.

Option A: Minimum 500 votes => Top 3 contestants get paid N30,000, N20,000 and N10,000 respectively; Grant lead gets N10,000

Option B: Minimum 300 votes => Top 3 contestants get paid N10,000 each. Grant lead gets N10,000

Option C: Minimum 150 votes => Top 3 contestants get paid N5,000 each. Grant lead gets N5,000

How do Grant Leads get paid?
To get paid a weekly wage of N10,000 / N40,000 monthly = Campus Lead MUST produce 3 grant winners from their submitted list of contestants

A grant lead can still contest, but the sole responsibility of a Campus Lead is to find a minimum of 10 students on campus who need extra cash for school and can rally vote.

What is the job of a Grant Lead

Since the Social Grant program started in 2021, Solve Education! has paid students over N4,000,000 to build soft skills via Social Voting on Telegram. The job of a Grant Lead is to INCREASE the number of grant beneficiaries.

Other benefits of the Social Grant?

Lack of soft skills among young Nigerian graduates is largely responsible for their un-employability. We believe that social voting mechanics allows for a practical approach for students to learn marketable skills e.g. Communication, Interpersonal Skills, Grit, Sales & Marketing Skills, Leadership & Social Influence, Creativity & Taking Initiatives, Problem Solving & Time-management etc