Theme: The future of technology: Jobs and Enterprises
To develop leadership and entrepreneurial, professional and vocational skills.
- To enlighten youths on the importance of STEM Education and skills in changing Global economic and social fortune.
Benefit of attending the Course:
- Gain better understanding on careers of the future.
- Acquire leadership skills for global impacts.
- Guardians, Youth trainers and Counselors will be equipped on how best to guide young people in their career choice.
||Thursday May 28, 2020
||Friday May 29, 2020
||Saturday May 30, 2020
Dr. Pearl Kupe (South Africa)
International President Global Forum of Women Entrepreneur
Emma Tayou (Ghana)
Regional Manager West Africa University of Nottingham
Marienne Jamme (UK)
Founder of IamtheCode
Christina Imafidon (UK)
Cherie Blair Foundation Mentor
Principal Consultant RFS
Dept., for International Trade British Deputy High Commissioner
Principal Consultant DRNL Consult Ltd
Chief Responsibility Officer - 9ineteen Works
Emeka Okoye CEO
Vikantti Software & co-founder of next.2.us
Damian Isaac (Nigeria)
CEO Teens can code
Dez Blanchfield (Australia)
chief data scientist/ CEO Sociaall Inc.
Princess Anya (Nigeria)
Business Program Manager at Microsoft
Rebecca Ponton (USA)
Energy Contributor Forbes Magazine
Paul Akinola (Nigeria)
Harold Sinnott (USA)
Social Media and Digital Marketing Consultant