Showing posts from October, 2015

National Company of the Year Competition (#COY #COY2015) Sponsored by The Abraaj Group & Citi Foundation

Junior Achievement Company Program impacts more than 380,000 young people a year globally. The program teaches senior secondary level students how to start and run their own business; develop a product/service, and market it with the support of a volunteer trained by JAN. Volunteers are crucial to the success of this program as they serve as business advisors to students. The 2015 Edition of Company Program was sponsored by The Abraaj Group and Citi Foundation.

Students are selected to form a company, chose a business name and elect a board to oversee the company for the program duration. The offices include: The Chairman of the Board (President//CEO), Director of Production, Marketing, Finance and Human resources. They create a company; raise capital by sales of shares; decide on what to produce; the market to sell their products; pay dividends to investors and use about 10 percent (10%) of their profit for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activity of their choice.

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Feedback from Parents/Stuents on GEP (Girls Enterprise Program) Sponsored by MasterCard (Abuja)

Feedback on Girls Enterprise Program (GEP) Parent Feedback The Girls are very lucky to be part of this programme. Thisis once in a life time opportunity and I advise them to make very good use of all they have learned- Mrs Imolehn, Parent.
When i got a call that my daughter has been selected for the JA Nigeria GEP Program for the year 2015 at the center for Science and Technology, and learned the programme was sponsored by MasterCard I was overjoyed. A close assessment of what my daughter has learnt so far shows that much has been impacted into this young graduate. I therefore want to thank the sponsors, for the graduates. Please go to your communities and practice what you have learnt , so you can contribute to the development of Nigeria- Mr Sunday Aji, Parent Participant Feedback
Carrying out a successful business as a makeup artist is not an over-night event .Time, focus, dedication to developing the right set of skills; a steady client base are required to develop in this challenging p…

GEP Finale (Girls Enterprise Program)

GEP sponsored by ‪#‎Mastercard‬ (Girls Enterprise Program) taught 425 girls technology skills, jewelry making, food preparation & basic photo/video skills. GEP which was held in Lagos, Abuja & Port Harcourt is officially concluded. Check out images and press.

Radio Interview aired on the Beat 99.9 & Naija FM

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