Corporate Social Investment

At MiWay, we’re passionate about helping the youth realise their full potential.

MiWay’s MiHeart Project

The MiHeart Project, MiWay’s CSI initiative, is aimed at empowering learners by giving them the freedom to achieve the type of education that they need to create a brighter future for themselves, as well as their families and communities.

MiWay believes in inspiring teenagers to become positive agents for change in their broader circles of influence and to help more youngsters grow into responsible, caring adults.

The Leaders in the Making mentorship programme is an initiative that was inspired by Tracker’s Men in the Making programme. Each year, our mentorship programme identifies eight learners from Moletsane Secondary Schools and Maphutha Secondary School that can benefit from mentorship and skills training.

This is done with the aim of better equipping them to become significant providers and contributors to society, while also establishing solid foundations for personal successes.

MiWay’s Leaders in the Making programme takes mentorship a step further.

As part of the mentorship programme, we’ve committed to awarding bursaries to qualifying learners towards their tertiary education, as well as exposure to the workplace through job-shadowing. Learners are also afforded the opportunity to undertake a MiWay Learnership - a structured work-based learning programme that includes both theoretical learning and practical experience in the workplace that leads to a registered qualification.

Through the MiHeart Project, students from Soweto, Lenasia, Tembisa and Bloemfontein now have access to computer laboratories, mentorship and other opportunities to help unlock their potential. MiWay staff play a vital role in helping us make all this possible!