The Bridge Leadership Foundation Kicks Off 2016 Graduate Employability Training in Calabar

In Breaking News, National News, Reports

By Frank Edima

Participants at the opening session
Participants at the opening session

The Bridge Leadership Foundation (TBLF) has kicked off a five-day Graduate Employability Training (GET) for female graduates in Calabar, the Cross River State capital.

The Bridge Leadership Foundation is a non profit organization committed to building generations of young people educated to become compassionate, entrepreneurial and engaged citizens who are empowered to take responsibility for their own lives thereby making a difference in the world.

The Graduate Employability Training is one of the activities organized by TBLF to invest in the employability and entrepreneurship potentials of young Nigerian graduates to assist them transit from school to the workplace effectively through capacity building.

During the GET sessions different facilitators take diverse topics ranging from self discovery, corporate, business and social etiquette, communication and presentation, understanding the recruitment process including generating business ideas.

According to Senator Liyel Imoke, the erstwhile Governor of Cross River State and the Founder of TBLF, in his written message to participants the “GET will continue to be an effective tool to prepare young graduates for the increasingly competitive and innovative workplace.

“In the near future, I anticipate I will have more time to possibly facilitate a session and adequately share my experiences in public service and business spanning at least two (2) decades.”

The facilitators for the 2016 GET include Ify Emeka Onu, Ngozi Obigwe, John Obidi, Lanre Phillips, Mofolosade Sonaike and Chwukwunonso Ume-Ezeoke.

The 2016 GET kicked off on the 18th April, 2016 and will end on 22nd April, 2016 and is holding at Jorany Hotels, Asari Eso , Calabar Cross River State.

Part of the activities lined up include an investors forum comprising of panelists from First Bank, GTBank, The Bank of Industry and The Cross River State Medium Enterprise Development Agency, MEDA.

The 2016 Graduate Employability Training is sponsored by Dangote Group and Jorany Hotel, Calabar.

Since You Are Here, Support Good Journalism


CrossRiverWatch was founded on the ideals of deploying tech tools to report in an ethical manner, news, views and analysis with a narrative that ensures transparency in governance, a good society and an accountable democracy.

Everyone appreciates good journalism but it costs a lot of money. Nonetheless, it cannot be sacrificed on the altar of news commercialisation.

Consider making a modest contribution to support CrossRiverWatch's journalism of credibility and integrity in order to ensure that all have continuous free access to our noble endeavor.

CLICK HERE

New Feature: Don't miss any of our news again.Get all our articles in your facebook chat box.Click the Facebook Messenger Icon below to subscribe now

Text Advert by CRWatch :Place Yours

Will You To Learn How To Make Millions Of Naira Making Special Creams From Your Kitchen?.Click Here


Expose Your Business And Make More Sales. Advertise On CrossRiverWatch.com Today

You may also read!

X-Raying The River, Episode 2: Magistrates, Unpaid Salaries And The Rest Of Us

Welcome to the second episode of X-Raying The River where we x-ray different issues bedeviling Cross River State …

Read More...
Former Director General of the State Security Service (SSS), Ekpenyong Ita Jr (L) submits a letter seeking the introduction of flights to Calabar, the Cross River State capital to Max Air limited Chairman, Alhaji Dahiru Barau Mangal (R). January 2021.

Aviation: Former Spy Chief Seeks Introduction Of Calabar Route For Max Air

By Jonathan Ugbal Nigeria’s former top spy, Ekpenyong Ita has written the management of Max Air limited to add

Read More...

Armed Forces Remembrance: Governor Ayade Lays Wreath For Fallen Heroes

By Archibong Jeremiah Cross River has joined the rest of the country to mark the 2021 Armed Forces remembrance

Read More...

Leave a reply:

Your email address will not be published.

Mobile Sliding Menu

Share this now