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YNaija: Ingressive for Good partners Facebook to empower African Youth with digital skills

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.

The World News: Ingressive For Good partners Facebook to empower African youths with digital skills

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.

The Nation: Ingressive Campus Ambassador programme evolves into I4G Circles

I4G Circles are communities in cities and campuses all over Africa made up of Young Africans passionate about Tech and leveraging it to solve problems

Vanguard: Ingressive Campus Ambassador program evolves into I4G Circles

I4G Circles are communities in cities and campuses all over Africa made up of Young Africans passionate about Tech and leveraging it to solve problems.

Linda Ikeji: How a Soap Seller became a Professional Coder Because of Ingressive For Good and HNG Internship Program

Christabel Omuboye, the first child of 6 children with both parents unemployed, took the HNG Internship technical training as an escape from the grossly inadequate system she was battling with…

Forbes: Interview With Maya Horgan Famodu

Maya later co-founded (with her Ingressive colleague, Sean Burrowes) Ingressive for Good, a nonprofit providing scholarships, technical training, and talent placement for African youth.

Ventures Africa: Ingressive for Good to train 1 million tech talents…

Africa has the largest youth population, which creates a growth opportunity. This opportunity is stifled by poverty and unemployment, with the current COVID19 crisis expected to further drive unemployment, foreclosures,…

SMESpeaks: Ingressive launches a non-profit arm to train 1 million African tech talents after doubling its fund size

Ingressive Capital, a venture capital firm that funds pre-seed and seed-stage tech-enabled businesses in the B2B and B2C industry has […]

The Guardian: Opportunity for young Africans an NGO plans to train one million tech talents

With high levels of unemployment and vulnerable employment on the rise, the world of work in Africa is still facing […]

Disrupt Africa: Ingressive launches non-profit arm to empower African youth

The company, which also operates an advisory company, has now launched a non-profit arm, Ingressive For Good (I4G), which will address the glaring inequities that exist within African tech ecosystems

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