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SURE-P/ ministry enhance skills of graduates in Cross River

The programme, which started yesterday, is expected to enable the youth develop their skills and imbibe positive work habits.According to organisers, the training will also…

The programme, which started yesterday, is expected to enable the youth develop their skills and imbibe positive work habits.
According to organisers, the training will also provide participants the opportunity to share experiences on opportunities and challenges in the workplace.
According to Assistant Director in the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Unit of the ministry, Mr. Aremu Najeem, the firms were particularly brought into the orientation training as part of government’s commitment in enhancing the capacity of the interns.
Najeem said that the thrust of the Graduate Internship Scheme (GIS) is to bridge the gap between school and labour market and to provide the graduates with means of livelihood as they continue to search for jobs.
He said that during the period of internship, the interns were expected to build platforms and network on which their future will rest.
Najeem expressed happiness that some interns have ventured into formation of cooperatives as means of building platforms to raise funds for establishing small and medium enterprises.

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