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Ingressive for Good (I4G) Launches in Ghana: Apply to be a Student Ambassador

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Ingressive for Good has launched it’s student ambassadors program in Ghana to expand the I4G Circles student program to reach more students in Africa and fulfil its mission to to increase the earning power of one million African youths by empowering them with tech skills and place them in jobs, Ingressive for Good will be launching officially in Ghana.

The I4G Circle is an exclusive community of young, smart, confident and influential students in universities across Africa passionate about tech and leveraging it to solve problems. Ingressive for Good is looking to leverage the I4G circle program to connect more students to technical training, microscholarships and tech jobs.

In just one year of operating, Ingressive for Good has organically trained 66,570 African youths in tech, grown their community to over 81,590 members and awarded over $42,600 in scholarships. They have also deployed over $5,000 worth of tech tools and data. They have partnered with Facebook, Coursera, Yale African Startup Review, Jobberman, DataCamp and a host of multinational companies.

To reach more students, I4G needs student ambassadors who will lead I4G Circles in their school and is passionate about building the tech communities on their campuses. As an ambassador you would be required to host monthly tech webinars in your campus and distribute opportunities shared by I4G within your school. You would be a rockstar impacting the lives of students in your campus.

What will an ambassador benefit?
Ambassadors get First-hand access to resources, scholarships and opportunities, PR and speaking opportunities, certifications, great experience to highlight in their resume/portfolio.
They also get many personal growth opportunities as they proceed in their careers.
They get to build and lead a tech community on their campuses and meet and network with amazing people and thought leaders in the tech ecosystem

How to Apply:
Register by filling the application form here
An email will be sent for the next steps. Complete those steps.
Qualified applicants will submit a 90 secs explaining why they should be accepted
If an application or video interview is successful, he/she will be accepted into the Cohort and official training for an ambassadorship.

Criteria for Qualification
Must be studying in an African university
Must be willing to train others
Must possess leadership skills
Must complete application
Must have a technical skill
Have a history of impact.

Apply now – https://bit.ly/I4Gambassador

I4G Circle Mission: Inspire, Empower, and Connect African Youths in Tech
I4G Circle Values: Help others, Add value, Connect, Keep Growing (HACK)

Read Testimonials by Current Student Ambassadors: https://ingressive.org/tag/ambassador-testimonials/

Learn more about I4G here – ingressive.org

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