Closing on Tuesday, February 23, 2021, exciting opportunities still await young unemployed women in Ghana between the ages of 18-35 years.
In partnership with Ghana Tech Lab, Soronko Academy and 15 Hubs, the Young Africa Works initiative by MasterCard Foundation aims to offer the basics in Digital Media for free.
The initiative is a national Pre-Tech Training Program seeking to train Ghanian women by providing them with fundamental technology and soft skills such as leadership & entrepreneurship for personal growth and career development.
Running from Monday, March 1, 2021, to Friday, March 19, 2021, applicants will learn the basics of graphic design, phone photography, phone videography (shooting and editing on phone), social media marketing, digital marketing, WhatsApp for business, storytelling and content development.
If you are a Ghanaian female between the ages of 18-35, you can go ahead to fill this form.
About Young Africa Works
The initiative seeks a world where everyone has the opportunity to learn and prosper. Its work is guided by a mission to advance learning and promote financial inclusion for people living in poverty.
One of the largest foundations in the world, it works almost exclusively in Africa. It was created in 2006 by Mastercard International and operates independently under the governance of its own Board of Directors.
About Ghana Tech Lab
An Open collaborative space for competent digital skills training, seeding Innovations and growing Startups.
The hub provides the platform for idea building through its makerspace, creativespace, AI lab, blockchain lab, robotics lab, cybersecurity lab, IoT Lab and VR lab.
About Soronko Academy
Soronko Academy is a leading technology and digital skills development center in Africa, pioneering the way for young people especially women and girls to realize their economic potential equipping them with the technical and soft skills they need to attain dignified, fulfilling jobs and overcome the gender gap in technology.
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