Applications are now open for the 2019 Graduate Mentorship School GRAMS at the University of Ibadan.
GRAMS is non-residential life skills, capacity strengthening and mentorship program designed to empower young graduates build resilience and coping skills required to help them excel as they journey through adulthood.
The Theme for the 2019 Maiden edition of the program is Building resilience for adulthood.
GRAMS curriculum is structured to deal with the socio-economic realities of an average young graduate as he/she journey through career life and adulthood.
The 2019 Graduate Mentorship School is scheduled as follows:
Date: Two weekends in April (Friday 12th to Sat. 13th, and Friday 26th and Sat. 27th)
Time: 10am to 3pm daily.
Attendance is compulsory for all sessions.
Bayo Adeyinka: Career mentorship session
Regional Manager (South West), Fidelity Bank
Abiodun Odunuga: Successful career change
International Development Consultant
Tinuke Lebile: Startup Entrepreneurship
Co-Founder, CATO Foods and Agro-Allied
Patrick Agwu: Academic Research and Graduate Study
Research Scholar, West African Science Centre on Climate Change, Ghana
Fatou Mbow: Diplomacy and Civic Engagement
Project Officer, African Union Commission, Addis Ababa
Oredola Ibrahim: Graduate Employability
John Oluwadero: Sustainable livelihood
President/CEO, Building Nations Initiative (BNI)
Deadline for Application: Tuesday 9th April 2019
Available slots: 25 new graduates and 15 Masters students of the University of Ibadan
To apply kindly fill the application form here APPLICATION FOR FOR GRADUATE MENTORSHIP SCHOOL.
Kindly note that the Management of the School reserves the right to select or reject your applications.
PARTICIPATION IS FREE, BUT STRICTLY BY INVITATION