As part of its effort in equipping individuals who will play a vital role in proffering quality solutions to many of Africa’s problems; especially that of unemployment, Marichworld is set to host the Digital Skills JuniorClass in March, 2019.

The Digital Skills JuniorClass (DSJ), is a problem-solving based digital program for millennials.

It is specifically designed to equip strategically selected groups to start or grow their businesses with 21st century relevant skills.

It is also designed to make employees tech-inclined, hence, increasing their value.

The event is scheduled to hold on the 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th of March.

It will commence at 9am and end at
4pm for each class in Legon, Accra.

Some practical courses to be taught include Design Thinking, Social Media, Coding, and Digital Skills Literacy with Financial Literacy, Business & Leadership Development and Graphic Design as complementary courses.

However, to participate in the class, interested persons are expected to be either startup owners, young entrepreneurs, young employees, Tech Enthusiasts, University Students or National Service Personnel.

Amongst the list of mentors and facilitators to impact participants at the March class are, Design Thinking Ghana facilitator, Kofi Gyamfi and the CTO of Jumeni Technologies, Emmanuel Oduro.

To join the March cohorts, interested persons can register via bit.ly/DSJMarch2019, for further
information on partnership and group participation, call +233556575859 or send a mail to digitalskillsjnr@gmail.com.

The DSJ joins the world and the United Nations in addressing the SDG Goal 9 on Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure.

By:StephanieHorsu/techvoiceafrica.com