Name: Tom Mboya Omolo
Position/designation: Assistant Lecturer
Postal address: P.O BOX 279, 40222 Oyugis
- Academic qualification
- Doctor of Philosophy Degree (D.phil) in Educational Psychology (On-going).
- Master of philosophy Degree ( M.Phil ) in educational Psychology (1995 to 1999). Through course work and Thesis. Passed,1999.
- Bachelor of Education (B.ed Arts) (1991 to 1994), teaching subjects being History and Geography. Passed with Second Class Honours.
- Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE) between 1988 to 1989. Passed with Principals in History, Christian Religious Education and Geography with a subsidiary pass in General Paper.
- Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE) between 1984 to 1987. Passed with Division II.
- Certificate of Primary Education (CPE) between 1977 to 1983. Passed with 25 points.
- Work experience
- 2014 to Present : Assistant Lecturer, Rongo University
- 2009 to 2014 : Part-time lecturer at Moi University, Rongo College Campus
- 2011 to 2012 : Part-time Lecturer at Africa Nazarene University (Migori Centre)
- 2009 to 2011 : Part-time lecturer at Bugema University, Kisii Campus
- 2006 to 2007 : Part-time lecturer at The University of Eastern Africa Baraton
- 2005 to 2014 : Tutor at Kamagambo Adventist Teachers’ Training college
- 1999 to 2005 : Teacher at Nyabola Girls Adventist Secondary School
- 1995 to 1995 : Teacher at Ober Secondary School
- 1994 to 1995 : Teacher at St. Theresa’s Nyangusu
- Honours and awards
- Professional affiliation/membership to professional bodies
A member of Psychological Association of Kenya since 2019
- RESEARCH INTEREST:
Influence of career counseling on career choice
Influence of policy interventions on orphan care
- ON-GOING RESEARCH PROJECTS:
Influence of Residential Destination on achievement motivation and Psychosocial well-being of orphans in Homa County
- Challenges parents face in learning Kenyan sign language: Hearing parents of deaf children’s perspectives
- Effects of Orphan hood on Girl-child’s Access and Retention in Secondary School Education: A Case of Rongo District, Kenya