“Strategizing your job hunt”: A report about our Phases 1 & 2 of our coaching program for DAAD scholars and students.
ACCESS aims to improve the chances of graduates from African universities on the job market in six countries.
Workshops are part of this year’s Conference on “Universities, Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development in Africa” at Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences.
We are happy to announce our participation in the BET Ghana by Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg, a project focusing on employability and self-employment by Ghanaian students from Cape Coast University.
When starting your own company you end up getting involved in daily details. Why is the internet not working? What’s for lunch? Who wants to go to that meet-up tonight? So it is important to recollect the essentials. And what would be more essential than to write about how and why we started AfricaWorks exactly three years ago in April 2016.
From March 28 till April 2, we will be in Hannover. Raoul and Jörg will be starting at Leibniz University of Hannover for a two day workshop. On Monday, we will be paying a visit to Hannover Messe, this year’s international industry fair for meetings, sales and market knowledge.
With AfricaWorks, we get to know a lot about our candidates’ journey. The reasons for them to study abroad are manifold.
We want to tell stories and re-write the narrative of European-African relations. It’s time to realize potentials.
How can the entry into the international job market be successful? In cooperation with the University of Leipzig, AfricaWorks facilitates a training workshop tackling the problem of “Employability in an international context”.