SFAN (Stars From All Nations) is organizing the 2020 edition of Quantum Leap Career Fair on careers in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Whether we acknowledge it or not, the fact remains that Data Science and AI are killing many jobs. But that’s not all. They are also creating new jobs that will be in the most demand – with over 37% job increase from this year 2020, according to LinkedIn. In fact, Google CEO Sundar Pichai states that A.I is more important than fire or electricity!
Says SFAN President, Tom-Chris Emewulu: “Our goal for this event is to assemble the best minds from leading brands in Ghana to help our participants learn how to launch lucrative careers in the area of Data Science and A.I. We shall also invite top-rated companies that are looking to recruit entry-level talents to help #QLCareerFair20 guests access job opportunities on the spot. We are thrilled to be receiving British Council Ghana’s support once again towards this initiative.”
Quantum Leap Career Fair is an annual entry-level career fair established by SFAN to help job seekers and employers to connect and communicate face-to-face. The event provides a platform for participants to gather information on career options, build a network of contacts with peers and industry leaders, identify job openings or secure an interview.
Started in partnership with the British Council Ghana in 2015, the event has hosted over 1100 participants, including two special editions organized for President Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) West Africa participants in 2015 and 2016.
The 2019 edition received participation from brands such as Brussels Airline, Delta Airline, Kosmos Energy, Lancaster University, Platinum Corporate Solutions and so on (See a recap of the event). This year’s edition is the first data science and AI career fair in Ghana, you can’t afford to miss out!
Venue and Date: The event will take place at the British Council in Accra on Wednesday, April 3, 2020.
Early bird rate expires on March 15, save your seat by booking online at this link.
For more information, contact the team via partnerships(at)sfanonline.org or call 0545 93 5695.