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YALI, launched by the United States government under President Barack Obama, invests in the next generation of African leaders. In an intensive 5 week program, participants receive training in Leadership, Ethics, Entrepreneurship and Management. Candidates come to you equipped with skills in problem solving, leadership, and clear verbal and written communication.
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The Deshe Group is a Digital Marketing and IT consulting firm which is designed to enhance growth and productivity in your organization through digital innovations. With a team of over 15 years of combined experience in the planning and execution of digital strategies, Deshe Group is more than willing to work with you in achieving your goals.
The Deshe Group provides digital marketing training for people within the ages of 17- 25 years. The average number of students in each class is 5, meaning candidates receive personalized attention and in-depth training. Training is provided in 2 courses, 2 times a year. Deshe supports selected interns by providing professional advice and assistance.
From Deshe: “We do not enlist all of our students who get certified as verified candidates on this platform. We only enlist those who have perfected themselves in the skills we teach them and who have the passion for it.”
Website: Deshe Group
Best for Employers seeking: Social Media Managers, Digital Marketers, Content Strategists
Kumasi Hive is a co-working space, incubator, and academy training and supporting the tech community in Kumasi Ghana. The social enterprise provides 30 training programs a year, each with an average of 30 students per class.
Training is provided in the areas of business, software, and hardware skills.
Business training includes: financial accounting, business development, market research, and business model canvas development.
Hardware includes: 3D modeling and printing, welding and fabrication, electronics, carpentry and metal works, mechanical machinery and fabrication etc
From Kumasi Hive: Our training programs are facilitated by some of the best trainers and facilitators for each chosen field or skill. We place emphasis on quality, which ensures that our candidate are some of the best to choose from.
Best for employers seeking: software developers, social media managers, business developers specialists, hardware and processing technicians
Stars From All Nations (SFAN) is a social venture that trains African youth with communication, networking, critical thinking, work ethics, social media, and entrepreneurship in a vision to raise the next generation of African leaders. SFAN provides an average of 5 training programs a year with an attendance of 100 people between the ages of 16 to 35.
Why these skills? Communication ranges from workplace communication to brand communication, essential for company growth; networking is the single most powerful marketing tactic to accelerate and sustain success for any individual or organization; critical thinking, including systematic problem solving, is an invaluable asset for any career; work ethics, the basis of the survival of any business; social media, connecting companies and individuals to resources trends that matters to them; entrepreneurship – as the bulge in technology continually influences the future of work, employers need employees who think like entrepreneurs.
From SFAN: “SFAN is a company run by youth for youth. If you are considering hiring employees for work of the future, then you should select our candidates.”
Website: Stars From All Nations
Best for Employers seeking: Social Media Strategies, Marketers, Public Relations Officers and Communications Specialists, Program Managers
Workshed is a co-working community that offers training programs for high school students. The program is held once a year and equips students with coding, graphic design, music, and etiquette skills. The average number of participants is 30 and only students 18 or above are verified candidates on the YNG Interns platform.
From Workshed: Our candidates, though they fall in the younger generation, will equally have adequate expertise to undertake any task assigned to them. They will have a broader worldview and be more application-oriented.
Best for employers seeking: graphic designers and software developers
Unlocking Women and Technology (UWAT)’s primary aim is to empower women through technology by providing them with the right skill set for their career.
From UWAT: “Our candidates are trained with both business and technical skills, giving them a well-rounded orientation to help your company grow”.
Best for Employers seeking: Web/App Designers and Developers, Business Development Specialist