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MEET STEPHEN YANKEY, CEO OF STEPMAAN CLASSIC CONSULT

Stephen Yankey is a 31 years old graduate of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA). He read Supply chain management, Business Administration and Agricultural Engineering and completed with two Postgraduate Certificates, and an Undergraduate Certificate. 

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SMEs WILL NOT BE LEFT UNMONITORED AFTER RECEIVING GOV’T SUPPORT - HON. IBRAHIM AWAL

The Minister of Business Development, Ibrahim Awal, visited Africa Internship Academy(AIA) yesterday as part of the monitoring tour for the National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Plan (NEIP) Program.

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MEET STEPHEN YANKEY, CEO OF STEPMAAN CLASSIC CONSULT

Stephen Yankey is a 31 years old graduate of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA). He read Supply chain management, Business Administration and Agricultural Engineering and completed with two Postgraduate Certificates, and an Undergraduate Certificate. 

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SMEs WILL NOT BE LEFT UNMONITORED AFTER RECEIVING GOV’T SUPPORT - HON. IBRAHIM AWAL

The Minister of Business Development, Ibrahim Awal, visited Africa Internship Academy(AIA) yesterday as part of the monitoring tour for the National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Plan (NEIP) Program.

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AFRICA INTERNSHIP ACADEMY LAUNCHES AIA STARTER PACK PROGRAM

The Africa Internship Academy (AIA) has today, unveiled its AIA Starter Pack Program. AIA Starter Pack is a Business Advisory Support Program for young startups and early businesses that helps avoid general mistakes leading to business failures.

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FTPcM commemorates their One Year Anniversary

“48% of our youth are unemployed. Of the 250,000 young men and women entering the labour market, only 2% are absorbed into the formal sector.” 1


A very grim picture wouldn’t you say? Now compare the above statement to this: “The Ghanaian worker doesn’t care about the quality of his job, and doesn’t have any feeling for his profession nor his customer/client.” 2

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Internship Opportunities in Media and Communications in June/July 2017

Africa Internship Academy (AIA) in collaboration with Brand Trendz   is offering

internship placements for Media and Communication students from June to July 2017.

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NSS to offer Capacity- building workshops for all 2017/2018 Service persons.

The National Service Scheme (NSS) is collaborating with the Africa Internship Academy (AIA), Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and Google Ghana through its Digital Skills Training Partner Wineloya, to organize a 3-day ‘Work Integrated Learning Program’ for national service personnel in all ten (10) regions of the country. It is under the sponsorship of Vodafone Ghana and Ecobank Ghana.

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Internship opportunity for young people in Ghana

The Africa Internship Academy will gather 30 per-tertiary and tertiary students aged 15-28 for this year’s first quarterly internship program.

The one-month intensive training program will offer an opportunity for future leaders and influencers to be groomed professionally, network extensively and experience workplace culture.

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Junior Achievement Ghana and Africa Internship Academy launches Job Shadow Program for Senior High Schools in Ghana.

Junior Achievement (JA) Ghana and the African Internship Academy (AIA) announce Youth Harness 2017, a Job Shadow program slated for May 24. YOUth Harness aims to take 300 students (“shadows”) from Senior High Schools in Accra and match them with professionals (“hosts”) for a day of mentoring, giving students a glimpse into life as professionals in the careers they aspire to.

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YOUth Harness 2017 a huge success

As part of preparations towards the Africa Unity Day celebrations, the Africa Internship Academy (AIA) in collaboration with Junior Achievement (JA) Ghana and the National Youth Authority organized “YOUth Harness 2017, a Job Shadow program on 24th May 2017 for Secondary school students (“shadows”) from two Senior High Schools in Accra. The aim of the program was to match these students with professionals (“hosts”) for a day of mentoring, giving students a glimpse into life as professionals in the careers they aspire to.

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Internship opportunity for young people in Ghana

The Africa Internship Academy will gather 30 per-tertiary and tertiary students aged 15-28 for this year’s first quarterly internship program.

The one-month intensive training program will offer an opportunity for future leaders and influencers to be groomed professionally, network extensively and experience workplace culture.

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