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Although there have been tremendous improvements in economic transformation and technology innovation in Africa, the challenge lies in integrating youth into the workforce. Obviously, there is a big disconnect because, inasmuch as the economy is expanding and domestic demand is increasing, access to gainful employment is not, hence the growing youth unemployment rate in Africa.

According to the African Development Bank Group, 10-12 million youth seek to enter the workforce each year. Even when jobs are available, youth often do not have the skills required by employers.

Readyforwork Career Coaching Program is a four-course module that seeks to equip young people with the skills necessary to gain employment and contribute to a highly productive workplace. Group discussions, team conversations, and one-on-one coaching empower participants to take ownership of their career aspirations and grow in confidence that yields success. This is not a seminar. This is not a conference. This is a class taught by employers.The inaugural Student Entrepreneurship Week Ghana – For College Students, Job Seekers, and Early Career Professionals

Topics Covered in this Program:

Resumes and cover letters, internship, job search and skills

Interviewing and attire, personal branding, social media, and business etiquette

Communication, storytelling and design thinking

Career advancement, networking, entrepreneurial mindset and leadership

Registration is ongoing for the third course taking place at Impact Hub Accra,  on Saturday, September 22, 2018. To register or learn more, visit the event page or contact SFAN at 0545 93 5695. Only 20 seats available for each class, don’t miss out!!

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