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I4G Intern
“I am Ibrahim Moshood, the first child of four which by default comes with extra responsibilities, as an African child. I am 22 years old, an indigene of Ogun state. One phrase that summarizes what I am, is a born leader. I figured out at an early age that I have the capacity to beĀ ...
Ingressive For Good (I4G), a non-profit that exists to equip young Africans in need with tech skills to help them impact and contribute to the development of Africa, socially and economically has partnered with HNG Internship
Two key indicators of a country's GDP are the economic power of citizens and the percentage of gainfully employed youth. However, 30% of African youth are unemployed.
Ingressive For Good (I4G), a non-profit focused on providing tech training for one million African youth, has partnered with DataCamp, the leading interactive learning platform for data science and analytics
My name is Folashade Fapohunda. I am an accountant. I studied accounting in school. I had a job in a hospital as an accountant but COVID-19 cases started increasing and we were at risk.
Ingressive For Good (I4G), a non-profit centered on offering tech coaching for a million African youth, has partnered with DataCamp, the main interactive studying platform for knowledge science and analytics
Folashade Fapohunda, worked in a hospital as an accountant but COVID19 cases started to increase and she was at risk. The hospital closed down and she lost her job. She casually picked up an interest in Graphic design. That was when she came across the Ingressive For Good (I4G)
Stephen Michael was looking for ways to improve himself and upskill but COVID interrupted his plans. During the lockdown, he searched for online courses and most of them cost over $300. Then he came across Ingressive For Good (I4G)
Ingressive For Good has partnered with Coursera to offer scholarship to 5000+ African youths in tech as part of its commitment to upskill and increase the earning power of youths in tech.
Ingressive For Good has unveiled a digital skills training program in partnership with Facebook to help African youth leverage digital tools to move their brands and career forward.
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