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Vodafone Cameroun launches Youth Program, with co-op work option for students

Vodafone Cameroun launches Youth Program, with co-op work option for students
  • Comments   -   Wednesday, 14 December 2016 17:32

(Business in Cameroon) - Through an agreement signed on 9 December 2016 with the Yaoundé II-Soa University, Vodafone Cameroun, an internet provider recently established in the country, officially launched the implementation of its “Youth Program”. This initiative, according to Antoine Pamboro, CEO of this telecoms company, is meant to enable the Cameroonian youth to reach their full potential through three components. Among them is the programme “Brand Ambassador”, in which students will have the possibility of co-op work with Vodafone Cameroon, while continuing their studies.

The 2nd component of the “Youth Program” of Vodafone Cameroun will consist in a “Graduates” forum, which according to the management of this telecoms company, has been created to provide graduates with their first professional experience at Vodafone Cameroun.

Finally, there will be the launch of the digital platform “Jump”, through which Vodafone Cameroun is planning to make available to young people and students contents on training, education, entrepreneurship, independent work, personal development, etc.

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