Goodtalent Launches Accelerator Program for Fresh Graduates
The Goodtalent graduate accelerator program is designed to help introduce beginners into the world of technology to enable them to launch a career in tech and upgrade their earning potential.
Termed Goodtalent Labs, it is a free on-going 3-month program to teach Nigerian youths certain areas of software development and employability skills from scratch. It is aimed at total beginners who don’t need to know anything about programming / tech enabled tools to participate
The program curriculum is structured for beginners to equip recent or soon-to-be graduates with relevant tech skills to begin a career in the tech industry. No prior experience is required to join the program.
They will be taught how to code and get equipped with employability skills required to help them get started in a great career in tech!
Goodtalent Labs’ first Cohort will focus on 4 key areas:
Full Stack Web Development
Front End Development
The program is delivered via Goodtalent’s eLearning platform, and participants will learn, collaborate and build with guidance from Mentors. In partnership with EdoJobs, participants based in Benin City will have access to a physical learning space for free.
For partnership, sponsorship or enquiries please visit https://goodtalent.org
In this episode of GFA-Attract, we discuss with Kennedy Mubita, Nairobi based Venture Capital Lead for Africa & Middle east at SC Ventures, the venture capital arm of Standard Chartered Bank. SC Ventures is a $100 million fund focused on FinTech investments.
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