The Future Project opens registration for new employability program and job fair – ‘Ready. Set. Work’

As part of The Future Project’s (TFP) drive to empower young people and as they enter the workforce, TFP is premiering Ready. Set. Work. a job fair and employability program that will assist young entrants into the job market and make them more appealing potential employees.

According to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) in 2015 (2nd quarter) a total number of 77.1% of young people between ages 15-34 in the labor force are either employed or underemployed. While concerns have been raised on the statistics, efforts are being made towards motivating young people by providing necessary support systems.

Speakers for the program include Opeyemi Awoyemi Co-Founder, Jobberman; John-Paul Ugbe, HR Manager, Unilever; Rotimi Matthew, Director General, Institute Of Mentoring And Career Coaching Nigeria amongst others.
Important topics to be taught by seasoned human resource managers to finding a Job are:

The Interview: what employers are looking for?
Building an effective online profile
Employability skills
Etiquette
“Leadership: Trick or Treat”

Also, part of the activity lined up for the program is a Job fair where partnered employers will be on ground to recruit shortlisted participants.

Details of the program below
Date: 12th of September, 2015
Venue: Nikoms Center. Edmund Crescent Entrance off Herbert Macaulay way, Yaba
Time: 9am.

This event is in partnership with Microsoft Nigeria and Jobberman.

The program is supported by: Unilever, Samsung, Sterling Business Network, Russel Smith, Fan Milk, Business Day, Andela, Poise Nigeria, JobMag, Fahrenheit Hospitality, Push CV and Speed Meal

Registration is FREE. Register via http://bit.ly/TFPEmployabilityProgram

For more details, please visit please send an email to [email protected] or call 08022226712. Visit our website on www.thefutureafrica.com

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