A hundred students from Aboabo Kesse in the Ashanti region have been trained and supervised by Fab Hub on career guidance.
The training aims to prepare and expose young people to fundamental life skills, leadership, entrepreneurship and technical skills.
The mentorship program aims to harness leadership opportunities on personal, professional and entrepreneurial development by connecting young aspirants with accomplished young leaders for empowerment.
100 students from Aboabo Kesse Middle and High School in Atwima Kwanwoma District benefited from the three week session of Fab Hub Youth Camp.
“The training is necessary because we wanted the opportunity to engage students while they are at home exploring what they can do in the future. They have been exposed to different career opportunities through our mentorship sessions,” said Fabulous Youth Women Network founder Ama Duncan.
She continued, “…They have gone through leadership training and we will continue with basic training and soft skills. From the second and third week, we will put them through TVET training, where they will be trained in some IT skills to prepare them to be employable”.
The Fab Youth Camp was funded by the US Embassy.
US Embassy Public Affairs Counselor Virginia Elliot says, “They are committed to supporting young people in Ghana and sub-Saharan Africa. We know that young people are the future leaders, that’s why we have the Young African Leaders initiative and we help young people to develop their skills and capacities. Ama Duncan gives back to her society as an alumnus of the Mandela Washington Fellowship”.
After the 3-week training and mentoring sessions, the 100 participants will also benefit from monthly training.