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      • Students • Re: Weac result
        Posted by Jarus on July 24, 2017 at 10:23

        I concur with Maclatunji.That result is suitable for Political Science, Public Administration or Sociology.Statistics: Posted Posted by Jarus — Mon Jul 24, 2017 11:23 am […]

      • Interns • Microsoft 4Afrika Skills initiative 2017/2018 Internship Programme for Young Africans
        Posted by shafer on July 23, 2017 at 22:17

        The Microsoft Interns4Afrika program offers talented young people a unique experience with a dynamic and agile technology organisation on the African continent. You will work for 6 months with a Microsoft partner on real projects, collaborating and learning from your colleagues. Whether you’re aspiring for a future in sales, marketing or technology, this is your chance to kick-start your futureTo give you the best chance of success 4 weeks of your internship will be dedicated to developing world class business and technical skills. Microsoft supports you to rapidly develop your capabilities through the (virtual) classroom and the great work you will do.The competition for a place on Interns 4Afrika is tough but if you are entrepreneurial with a passion for technology, are keen to continue learning and have a flexible can-do attitude we want to hear from you. Join us today, and help shape the Africa of tomorrow.Requirements: 1. You are able to commit to completing full-time internship for 6 months 2. You are currently in education or have graduated from an Undergraduate or Postgraduate course within the last 12 months 3. You have a BA/BSc in a business related or IT degree 4. You have right to work in the country in which you are currently locatedAvailable PositionsSales Internship in Namibia, Windhoek – Windhoek, Namibia IT Technical Support Internship in Namibia Marketing Internship in Namibia IT Technical Support Internship in Mauritius, Moka IT Technical Support Internship in Rwanda, Kigali IT Technical Support Internship in Tunisia, Ariana IT Technical Support Internship in Tanzania, Dar es Salaam IT Technical Support Internship in Mauritius, Pailles IT Technical Support Internship in Mauritius, Port Louis IT Technical Support Internship in Togo Technical Support Internship in Namibia, Windhoek IT Technical Support Internship in Tunisia, Tunis IT Technical Support Internship in Cote d’Ivoire, Abidjan IT Technical Support Internship in Uganda, Kampala Sales Internship in Mauritius, Port Louis Sales Internship in Tanzania, Dar es Salaam Sales Internship in Botswana, Gaborone Sales Internship in Togo, Lomé Marketing Internship in Togo, Lomé Marketing Internship in Rwanda, Kigali IT Technical Support Internship in Botswana, Gaborone Marketing Internship in Namibia, Windhoek Sales Internship in Ethiopia, Addis Ababa Marketing Internship in Mauritius, Port Louis Sales Internship in Tunisia, Ariana Marketing Internship in Tunisia, Tunis Marketing Internship in Ghana, Accra Sales Internship in Ghana, Accra Sales Internship in Cote d'Ivoire, Abidjan Marketing Internship in Senegal, Dakar IT Technical Support Internship in Senegal, Dakar Marketing Internship in Tunisia, Ariana Marketing Internship in Botswana, Gaborone Marketing Internship in Cote d’Ivoire IT Technical Support Internship in Morocco Sales Internship in Morocco Marketing Internship in Morocco Sales Internship in Nigeria, Lagos Marketing Internship in Nigeria, Lagos IT Technical Support Internship in Nigeria, Lagos IT Technical Support Internship in Ghana, Accra Sales Internship in Kenya, Nairobi IT Technical Support Internship in Kenya, Nairobi Marketing Internship in Kenya, Nairobi Sales Internship in Cape Verde, Praia IT Technical Support Internship in Mali, Bamako Sales Internship in Cameroon, Duola Marketing Internship in Cameroon, Duola IT Technical Support Internship in Cameroon, Duola Sales Internship in Gabon, Libreville IT Technical Support Internship in Gabon, Libreville[/list][/list] Paths If you are passionate about interacting directly with customers and being on the front line to bring the magic of software to customers and businesses, the Interns4Afrika sales path could be right for you. If you follow the sales path Microsoft, along with our partners will provide you with a dynamic tool kit to enable you to hone your sales craft and take your first steps to becoming a world-class sales professional. Microsoft partners have a diverse range of sales opportunities. Maybe you would like to be a Junior Account Manager, meeting potential clients and educating them on the benefits of Microsoft products. Or perhaps your passion for communication will see you leading on the development of sales materials to convert prospective customers as a Sales and Marketing Assistant. Or how about driving sales through participation in workshops, events and demos as a Retail Sales Specialist?Webpage: https://www.microsoft.com/africa/4afrik ... ns4afrika/Apply: https://www.fuzu.com/company/microsoftStatistics: Posted Posted by shafer — Sun Jul 23, 2017 11:17 pm […]

      • Bloggers •
        Posted by shafer on July 23, 2017 at 22:03

        Link: http://www.voicesofyouth.org/en/section ... internshipStatistics: Posted Posted by shafer — Sun Jul 23, 2017 11:03 pm […]

      • Bloggers • UNICEF'S Online Youth Community Blogging Internship
        Posted by shafer on July 23, 2017 at 21:58

        This is your chance to apply for a 10-week blogging internship (August-October 2017) with Voices of Youth - UNICEF's vibrant online community.We are looking for 5-10 young people from across the world, between 14-25 years old, to join two UNICEF campaigns addressing major issues impacting millions of children: End Violence & Children UprootedEND VIOLENCEViolence against children marks them forever – and ending it is everybody’s business.CHILDREN UPROOTEDMillions of children are fleeing violence, disaster or poverty – and we need to protect their rights and their futures.Candidates should have a clear passion for one of the campaign issues, be eager to blog and improve their writing skills, participate in online discussions regularly, and attend expert speaker sessions.How does it work?You will pick ONE of the two campaigns and craft blog posts that focus on the issues it addresses. For each blog post, you receive feedback on your writing, get access to tips & tricks on how to write a good blog post, exchange ideas with other blogging interns and hear from experts.At the end of the internship, you will have improved your blogging skills, gained new insights on global issues, be connected to a network of international young bloggers, and have been a part of a worldwide campaign.Please note that this internship is done by remote participation - so you will NOT be required to travel anywhere.How to apply?If you are interested in being part of the interns batch that starts in August, please apply to the internship by submitting this Google form: https://goo.gl/forms/BRw9b8Djpg66depB3The deadline for applications is 28 July 2017.In total, 5-10 interns will be selected to participate in this internship round. Due to the high demand and a limited number of spaces available, Voices of Youth will only contact candidates who are selected for the internship.In case you are not selected for the internship - don’t worry! The Voices of Youth community is open to everyone - submit a blog post, comment on posts, participate in our discussions, or simply browse through the inspiring articles on our website. Also, don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter!Statistics: Posted Posted by shafer — Sun Jul 23, 2017 10:58 pm […]

      • Professional Training and Certifications • 3 REASONS COMPANIES ARE DUMPING INTERVIEW FOR ASSESSMENT CENTER
        Posted by Maclatunji on July 23, 2017 at 12:02

        Years back, interview used to be the sole criteria used by employers to assess candidates’ suitability for employment. Today, more and more companies are using Assessment Center. Shell was arguably the first to start using it in Nigeria through their globally famous Shell Recruitment Day (SRD – which has now been dropped by them too). Organizations like KPMG, PwC, First Bank, Oando, NLNG amongst others have also joined the fray of Assessment Center as a tool to test candidate.Now, why are companies no longer relying on interview only?1, Talk is cheap: Some candidates can talk very well but when it comes to real work, it is a different ball game. Oral communication ability, while it is very good, doesn’t necessarily make one a star performer. Candidates with privileged background that attended good schools are usually good talkers, and may easily bamboozle (or bobo) the interviewer to awe. Interview is just one of the tools of assessment center. It sees how they perform in other areas too.2, Multiple Tools Can’t Be Wrong: Assessment center involves in addition to interview other tools like group discussion or group task, case study, oral presentation, role play (in others), and sometimes written essay. Interview only tests your oral communication, it doesn’t test your presentational skills, it doesn’t test your written communication skills, it doesn’t test team work or leadership skill. So, for you to have passed an assessment center, you must have done well in these multiple assessment tools. They can’t be wrong3, Interview Can Be Too Mechanical: Interview is becoming too boring and predictable these days that companies don’t think it is sufficient to test a candidate’s ability. There are millions of articles on the internet on interview, hundred of thousands of standard questions with standard answers. Candidates have access to so much information on interview that companies now think performance at interview should be taken with a pinch of salt. Assessment center is relatively new, with questions not so structured and predictable, or at least much room for nuances.Although most companies in Nigeria still use interview-only approach to testing candidates, Assessment center will continue to gain momentum.Whether interview or Assessment center, you are home and dry with JarusHub Coaching Service, which has helped over 200 candidates from Nigeria and abroad smash the selection hurdles.Source: http://www.jarushub.com/3-reasons-compa ... nt-center/Statistics: Posted Posted by Maclatunji — Sun Jul 23, 2017 1:02 pm […]

      • Sports Professionals • Re: View the List of World Most Valuable Players Under 21 >>pic
        Posted by Jarus on July 21, 2017 at 17:30

        The top 2 have Nigerian origin.Statistics: Posted Posted by Jarus — Fri Jul 21, 2017 6:30 pm […]

      • Teachers • Re: 3 Reasons Why I Love My Job.
        Posted by Maclatunji on July 21, 2017 at 14:40

        Good for you.Statistics: Posted Posted by Maclatunji — Fri Jul 21, 2017 3:40 pm […]

      • Professional Services/Consulting • Current Openings in Media Company
        Posted by leumas on July 21, 2017 at 14:22

        Smart Partners Consulting Limited – Our client in the Media industry, is currently recruiting to fill the position below:Job Title: Project ManagerLocation: LagosIndustry: MediaJob Descriptions•Coordinate internal resources and third parties/vendors for the flawless execution of projects•Ensure that all projects are delivered on-time, within scope and within budget•Developing project scopes and objectives, involving all relevant stakeholders and ensuring technical feasibility•Ensure resource availability and allocation•Measure project performance using appropriate systems, tools and techniques•Report and escalate to management as needed•Manage the relationship with the client and all stakeholders•Perform risk management to minimize project risks•Develop a detailed project plan to track progress•Use appropriate verification techniques to manage changes in project scope, schedule and costs•Establish and maintain relationships with third parties/vendors•Create and maintain comprehensive project documentationJob Requirements/Qualification•Bachelor’s degree in Project Management, Business Administration or related field•Knowledge of both theoretical and practical aspects of project management•Knowledge of project management techniques and tools•Excellent client-facing and internal communication skills•Excellent written and verbal communication skills•3 – 7 Years working experience in related field•PMP / PRINCE II certification is an added advantage•Solid organizational skills including attention to detail and multi-tasking skills•Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Job Title: Program OfficerLocation: LagosIndustry: MediaJob Description•Ensuring that all programs are going according to plan, regulations, safety standards and legal requirements.•Ensuring quality assurance within the organization and for the customer base and also implementing the program strategies.•Coordination of the various teams and departments towards achieving program goals and targets•Monitoring, evaluation, reporting, sharing, and developing program impact and lessons, concept notes and proposals, budgets and grant monitoring systems.•Building relationships with strategic partners and managing contract with partners and donors.Job Requirements/Qualifications•Bachelor’s Degree is required from a reputable University•2- 5 Years working experience in related field•Must have the ability to communicate complex issues in a concise, accessible and engaging way and the capacity to conceptualize programme interventions•Must be able to plan and deliver multiple activities under pressure to strict deadlines and with a high level of precision.•Must have Project management certification•Working experience in a non-profit will be an added advantageJob Title: Multimedia Production ManagerLocation: LagosIndustry: MediaJob Description•The production of short videos.•Provides inputs to strategic decisions that affects the functional area of responsibility•Schedules and ensures proper utilization of organisation’s facilities and personnel for production.•Determines the most efficient execution of production design including staging and lighting environmentJob Requirements/Qualification•A Bachelor’s degree in Film Production or Business Management•Must have diverse practical knowledge on the usage and maintenance of the media equipment’s.•Must perform duties within strict media deadlines•Must have a formal training in multimedia production•Basic sound editing•5 years experience in video/ film production•Must have key skills in digital photo editing software (photoshop), video editing software (Premier Pro, Final Cut Pro), video effects (Adobe After Effects), Graphics design (Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw and Photoshop).•Basic script writing skills•Proficiency in graphic design (development from concept to creation).How to ApplyInterested and qualified candidates should send CV’s to: vacancy@smartpartnersng.com using the job title as email subjectApplication Deadline: 26th July, 2017.Statistics: Posted Posted by leumas — Fri Jul 21, 2017 3:22 pm […]

      • Financial Institutions • Latest Jobs at African Development Bank for Portfolio Data Analysts
        Posted by leumas on July 21, 2017 at 14:03

        African Development Bank (AfDB) – Established in 1964, the African Development Bank is the premier pan-African development institution, promoting economic growth and social progress across the continent. There are 80 member states, including 54 in Africa (Regional Member Countries). The Bank’s development agenda is delivering the financial and technical support for transformative projects that will significantly reduce poverty through inclusive and sustainable economic growth.We are recruiting to fill the position below:Job Title: Portfolio Data AnalystReference: ADB/17/346Location: Côte d’IvoireGrade: PL6Position N°: 50093752The Complex•The Vice Presidency for ‘Power, Energy, Climate and Green Growth’ is a Sector Complex focusing on the Bank’s Ten Years Strategy, High 5s priority of “Light up and Power Africa”.•The complex’s objectives are (i) to develop policy and strategy; (ii) to provide deep sector technical expertise to the Regions by gathering pool of experienced individuals who can be consulted for their expertise on complicated transactions; (iii) to develop new financing instruments; (iv) to act as spokesperson to represent the Bank with external stakeholders on all aspects of “Light Up and Power Africa”.•The Complex will focus on areas of Power systems, policy and regulation, renewable energy; and, Climate and Green Growth.The Hiring Department/ Division•The Energy, Financial solution, policy and regulation department is responsible for advising Regional Member Countries in the establishment of relevant policies and regulations and to structure energy investments.•The department is also responsible for coordinating relevant flagship programs. Under the department there are two divisions. They are Energy Policy, Regulations and Statistics Division and Financial Solutions Division.•The Energy Policy, Regulations and Statistics Division provides leadership in the establishment of relevant energy policies and clear, predictable and transparent regulation framework to ensure financial stability of the sector and mobilization of private investments.The Position•The role of the Portfolio Data Analyst will be to provide research and analysis of information, data and statistics, and the maintenance and updating of related tools, methodologies, and/or databases to support the delivery of programme products, projects, publications, and services.•The Data Analyst will support the PEVP complex in managing data related to the Bank’s operations (completed/under implementation/in the pipeline), ongoing or new initiatives, as well as to monitor progress towards the New Deal on Energy targets.Duties and ResponsibilitiesUnder the general guidance and overall supervision of the Division Manager, Energy Policy,Regulation and Statistics, the Portfolio Data Analyst will perform the following:•Collect, provide and process structured data on the Bank’s energy operations (including outputs and outcomes, financing data, etc.) and energy-related initiatives;•Design business intelligence tools and reports•Develop and maintain projects database•Track the Bank’s performance towards achieving the objectives of the New Deal on Energy;•Coordinate responses to enquiries concerning the Bank’s activities in the energy sector;•Carry out research and analytical tasks on a wide range of operational, country and sector issues;•Prepare briefing material on country/sector and project issues;•Support whenever needed the implementation of the New Deal’s 12 flagship programs;•Coordinate and liaise with the Task Managers based in the 5 Regional Hubs and constantly keep up-to-date with the latest knowledge and data on energy operations;•Provide technical assistance to staff of the department in the use of BANK IT systems (SAP-PS; BPPS, SRAS)•Liaise regularly with other key units of the bank , including the following : Independent Evaluation; Delivery Performance Management and Results ; Resource Mobilization and PartnershipsSelection CriteriaIncluding desirable skills, knowledge and experience:•Hold at least a Master’s Degree in Economics with quantitative training, Statistics, Business administration, or a related field.•Have a minimum of four (4) years’ experience in a combination of related fields such as portfolio management, sect•Or analysis, economic analysis, energy project management, energy statistics, development or related fields.•Having private sector experience will be an added advantage•Good organizational skills and demonstrated ability to manage a variable workload in a team environment, including the ability to meet deadlines.•Deep knowledge of the energy sector in the African context.•Demonstrable familiarity with energy projects indicators.•Extensive knowledge and understanding of AfDB administrative and operational procedures.•Communication•Problem Solving•Client Orientation•Team working•Excellent technical, analytical skills and established operational track record of achieving results;•Further experience in the monitoring of projects and programs, notably in the energy sector.•Strong conceptual abilities and capacity to produce high-quality analytical work.•Proven ability to handle confidential information with discretion.•Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to deal effectively with staff at all levels.•Ability to communicate effectively (written and oral) in English or French, preferably with a working knowledge of the other.•Competence in the use of standard Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint).•Familiarity with database management tools like Access, etc.;•Ability with the use of various tools available and applied by the Bank such as SAP.How to ApplyInterested and qualified candidates should:Click https://www.afdb.org/en/about-us/career ... lyst-2914/ to apply Application Deadline: 4th August, 2017.Statistics: Posted Posted by leumas — Fri Jul 21, 2017 3:03 pm […]

      • Sports Professionals • View the List of World Most Valuable Players Under 21 >>pic
        Posted by leumas on July 21, 2017 at 13:50

        AS Monaco’s Kylian Mbappé has been the source of speculation for a long time, with Real Madrid and a number of other clubs including PSG believed to be after his signature. However, in a ranking of football players under 21 by market valuation done by Soccerex, Tottenham Hotspur’s Dele Alli has been named No.1 with a value of £73.6m (€82.6m).Mbappé is second, valued at £55m (€61.7m) while Ousmane Dembele of Borussia Dortmund is third in the list with a worth of £54.3m €60.9m.See the full list below:1.Dele ali2.Kylian mbappe3.Ousmane dembele4.Leroy sane5.Marco asensio6.Gabriel jesus7.Marcus rashford8.Gianluigi donnarumma9.Timo werner10.Kingsley coman11.Julian brandt12.Franck kessie13.Theo Hernandez14.Lucas Hernandez15.Youri tielemans16.Patrik schick17.Kasper dolberg18.Andreas Christensen19.Davinson sanchez20.Renato sanchesNigeria’s Kelechi Ihenacho does not make the list despite rumours of him leaving Manchester City this summer.source: http://www.opinions.ng/world-valuable-players-21/cc: lalasticlala mynd44Statistics: Posted Posted by leumas — Fri Jul 21, 2017 2:50 pm […]

      • Professional Services/Consulting • Customer Care Representatives recruitment in a Civil Engineering firm in Lagos
        Posted by leumas on July 21, 2017 at 10:16

        Darmac Engineers, is a civil engineering firm with a successful track record of cost-effective project implementation. Located in Lagos, Nigeria offers a broad base of planning, design, survey, construction management and operational expertise. Darmac Engineers are experts in the field of engineering for the offshore industry. We are highly experienced in creating innovative and cost-effective solutions for the most challenging environments, including harsh environments, remote locations and very deep waters.We are recruiting to fill the position below:Job Title: Customer Care RepresentativeLocation: LagosResponsibilities Attend to phone calls from customers and resolve enquiries, queries, email or other means as directed. Receive all incoming emails and distribute to appropriate quarters Ensure that the team’s objectives are develop and recommend changes to existing methods and systems to increase the accuracy, efficiency and responsiveness of the customer service department as a whole. Negotiation & Objection Handling Market/Competitor Knowledge Will be experienced at dealing with both inbound and warm outbound calls, emails and social media correspondence. Will provide support to prospective clients on enquiries and after sales services and follow up administration to ensure professionalism in services. Will have the responsibility to market company products or services on all Social Media pages. Good all round administrative and organizational skills. Resolves customer complaints via phone, Receive all walk in customers and direct them to the appropriate department, ensure they are properly attended to. Transfer all incoming call to department concern Customer Relationship ManagementQualifications and Requirements HND/BSc in any discipline Excellent use of Microsoft office tools are required Good Communication and Interpersonal Skills are required Must have a passion for people, must be outspoken, have the ability to work under pressure and must be patient. 1-3 years experience Excellent spoken English with impressive interpersonal skills both written and verbal Excellent customer relations skills Must be Computer literate and internet savvy Excellent interpersonal and communication skills How to ApplyInterested and qualified candidates should send their CV’s to: elizabeth.ofodile@darmacengineers.com.ngApplication Deadline 1st August, 2017.Statistics: Posted Posted by leumas — Fri Jul 21, 2017 11:16 am […]

      • Students • How to Check WAEC Result Online and Via Phone (SMS)
        Posted by Maclatunji on July 20, 2017 at 11:59

        WAEC has released the result of the 2017 MAY/JUNE SSCE Examination. This guide will help you with checking your result:Visit https://www.waecdirect.org/ then:1.Enter your 10-digit WAEC Examination Number. 2.(This is your 7-Digit centre number followed by your 3-digit candidate number eg. 4123456789)3.Enter the 4 digits of your Examination Year eg. 20174. Select the Type of Examination5.Enter the Card Serial Number found on the reverse side of your Scratch card.6.Enter the Personal Identification Number (PIN) on your Scratch cardClick Submit and wait for the results window to come upThe result checker PIN and Serial Number are contained on the flip side of the candidates’ CIVAMPENS Card issued to all candidates by WAEC. If you do not have this, you need to buy a result-checker scratch card from authorized dealers. Short Messaging Service (SMS)1. Send SMS in the format below: WAEC*ExamNo*PIN*ExamYearTo short-code 32327 (MTN, AIRTEL & Glo subscribers)For example:WAEC*4250101001*123456789012*2007Note:Ensure you adhere strictly to the format above . There should be no space in the message.2. Wait for your result to be delivered to your phone via SMS. (SMS cost N30 only)Statistics: Posted Posted by Maclatunji — Thu Jul 20, 2017 12:59 pm […]

      • Students • Re: Weac result
        Posted by Maclatunji on July 20, 2017 at 11:33

        Try Political Science, Public Administration or Sociology.Statistics: Posted Posted by Maclatunji — Thu Jul 20, 2017 12:33 pm […]

      • Students • What Can I study with this WAEC result?
        Posted by eadeoye3 on July 20, 2017 at 07:46

        Good morning .. Please the following is my friend weac resultMathematics b3English c6Economic c4Government c6Yoruba e8Crs f9Literature f9Civic a1Marketing f9. Please what course can she study in the universityStatistics: Posted Posted by eadeoye3 — Thu Jul 20, 2017 8:46 am […]

      • Teachers • 3 Reasons Why I Love My Job.
        Posted by Kazrem on July 19, 2017 at 18:03

        “If you love what you do, you will never work another day" - UnknownMost young chap like me do jobs they don't love. I don't blame them. They live in a country where one hardly sees what he loves to do. I don't want to blame the country either. Most young people don't take responsible for their lives. They play the blame game. I have almost veered from the topic of discuss. Now back to it.As for me, I do what I love. I teach, innovatively. I have added different touches to my teaching. Now it doesn't look like the traditional teaching.Here are 3 reasons why I love what I do.1. I went for a job test sometimes this year. Lord be thanked, it was exactly what I had taught my pupils weeks earlier that was given to me to do. Needless to say, I aced the test in the shortest period of time. This job afforded me the rare opportunity to always be prepared for almost all kinds of test. And being a versatility enthusiast also helps me a lot. 2. Saying sorry at no extra cost. Where I presently work, I double as the Head Teacher and Mathematics teacher of Basic 4, 5 and 6 (maybe that is why my English is poor. Lol). This, effectively makes me the centre of the system. I interface with parents, interact with fellow teachers and dialogue with management. So I am at the central of the system. Interfacing with different parents has afforded me to politely turn down unacceptable plea. Smilingly saying no to plea. And honorably saying sorry to mistakes from either my end or any of the other actors in the system. In all of these, saying “I am sorry" is the greatest arm I have. It works like magic for all infuriating patents. After all said and done, “ema binu ma", (I am sorry ma) is what I will utter last, sincerely. Once, one, who came with God knows intent, met a cool looking harmless face, was forced to say, “nigbati e ni kimabinu nsi nko”? (I am armless now with this your sorry). Again, I said, “ema binu ma”. She shook head and left without achieving her objective. Lol.3. Taking responsibilities. Imagine just ending a hot confrontation with a colleague and in the next minute having a mathematics class. Most teachers will either transfer that aggression to the innocent pupils or not attend the class altogether. Not me. It had happened severally and I took control of my emotions. Once, a colleague involved in one of such confrontation was surprised to see me cheerfully teaching the pupils the next minute as if nothing had happened earlier. I take this as a pride to always be in control of my emotion.PS: I wrote this exactly one year ago when I was still teaching in a private school. Facebook reminded me today that it's a year old. Thankfully, I am now in a government school and still loving my teaching jobStatistics: Posted Posted by Kazrem — Wed Jul 19, 2017 7:03 pm […]

      • NYSC • NYSC Announces Batch A Stream II Orientation Course Date
        Posted by Kunlexity on July 18, 2017 at 19:53

        PRINTING OF CALL-UP LETTERS BY 2017 BATCH 'A' (STREAM II) PROSPECTIVE CORPS MEMBERSThis is to inform Prospective Corps Members of the 2017 Batch 'A' (Stream II) that the printing of Call-up letters will commence in the evening of Friday, 21st July, 2017.We informed you in our earlier post that the 2017 Batch 'A' (Stream II) Orientation Course has been scheduled to take place from Wednesday, 26th July, 2017 to Tuesday, 15th August, 2017.All PCMs are to proceed to their Orientation camps at the camp addresses indicated in their call-up letters.Wishing you safe journey and a hitch-free camping.Thank you Signed: ManagementStatistics: Posted Posted by Kunlexity — Tue Jul 18, 2017 8:53 pm […]

      • NYSC • Update On NYSC 2017 Batch A Stream II Orientation Course
        Posted by Kunlexity on July 18, 2017 at 06:51

        The NYSC Management today made a public statement as regard the2017 BATCH A Stream 2 PCM orientation course.The statement reads:The NYSC Management wishes to inform Prospective Corps Membersthat preparation for the conduct of the 2017 Batch ‘A’ (Stream II)Orientation Course is at advanced stage.Management appreciates your sense of patriotism as demonstrated inyour eagerness to join other compatriots in national service.While we enjoin you to sustain the patience shown so far, we wish toassure that the Orientation Course will commence in no distant time.This statement supersedes any other information being circulatedregarding the date for the commencement of the 2017 Batch ‘A’ (StreamII) Orientation Course.Prospective Corps Members are to watch out for announcement of thecommencement date through the following online communicationplatforms:Website: www.nysc.gov.ngFacebook page: www.facebook.com/officialnyscTwitter handle: www.twitter.com/nysc_ngStatistics: Posted Posted by Kunlexity — Tue Jul 18, 2017 7:51 am […]

      • Nurses • Re: I suspect it is hard to love a nurse........
        Posted by Maclatunji on July 17, 2017 at 10:51

        Amazing... great poem.Statistics: Posted Posted by Maclatunji — Mon Jul 17, 2017 11:51 am […]

      • Students • 8th Batch African Union Youth Volunteer Corps (AU-YVC) 2018 for Young African Professionals
        Posted by shafer on July 15, 2017 at 21:47

        The African Union Youth Volunteer Corps (AU-YVC), established in 2010, is a continental development program that promotes youth volunteerism in Africa. The program aims to deepen the status of young people as key actors in Africa’s development targets and goals, enhancing their participation in policy development as well as design and implementation of relevant interventions towards the Africa Union’s Agenda 2063, ‘The Africa we want’. It brings people together to share skills, knowledge, creativity and learning to build a more integrated, prosperous and peaceful Continent driven by its citizens. The volunteering opportunities are intended to build professionalism and a sense of responsibility among the participants, thus enhancing their employability.Young African professionals are recruited to serve for a period of 12 months as AU Volunteers in an AU Member State other than their own. The next intake of volunteers for deployment in 2018 will be from the 11th – 31st of July 2017.Eligibility Criteria:Applicants have to meet the following criteria:1. Citizen of an AU Member State living in the continent or the Diaspora;2. Aged between 18 – 35 years;3. Have a post-secondary certified qualification(s) (TVET, Bachelor’s degree or equivalent)4. Available in 2018 to dedicate 12 (twelve) months for volunteer work;5. Willing to live and work in another AU Member State;6. Is proficient in at least one AU working language (Arabic, English, French, Portuguese);7. Has at least one-year verifiable volunteering experience and one-year professional work experience.Volunteer Entitlements: For the successful candidates, the African Union Commission and its partners will cover the full costs of their pre-deployment training. On deployment, African Union Youth Volunteers receive the following:1. Economy return air ticket from home town to place of deployment2. A modest monthly stipend3. Health insurance cover4. Separation allowance upon successful completion of twelve months serviceApplication Process:Before clicking the apply button below, please note the following:1. You will need to fill in a form on the next page. This form will help us assess your suitability for the program. Kindly respect the stated word limit. You are advised to type your answers in a Word Processor (such as Microsoft Word) before pasting in the relevant fields.2. You will also need to add in a motivation letter with a maximum of 750 words. This should be added under the ‘Cover letter’ text box. Please ensure that your motivation letter answers the following:a. Why do you want to become an African Union Youth Volunteer?b. Why do you believe you are the best candidate to be an African Union Youth Volunteer?c. What is your experience (s) (formal or informal) in youth civic engagement and participation, youth empowerment and/or promoting Pan-Africanism?d. How has your previous experience (s) prepared you to work in diverse teams and cultures?e. What change do you expect to see in your self, the organisation that you will be deployed in, and the community that you will be part of after your year of service?3. Attach a copy of your CV4. You will also need to attach the following. Please merge these into one PDF document and attach that document. You might choose to use a service such as http://www.pdfmerge.com to do this.-A copy of the identity page of your passport or national identity card– Highest post-secondary certified qualification(s)-Signed Letter of Recommendation verifying your volunteer experience (s)5. Deadline for submission of applications is Monday, 31st July 2017 at Midnight GMT+3Please note:1. Incomplete and late applications will not be considered2. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified3. Candidates who had applied in previous years are and still meet the eligibility criteria are encourage to re-applyRecruitment Process & Key Dates:1. 1st August– eligibility Check;2. 14th August: Successful applicants will be notified;3. September 2017: Pre-deployment training;4. 2018: Deployment of trained volunteersMore Information:For more information/queries, please contact Ms Prudence Ngwenya (Head of HumanResources and Youth Development Division), or Mr Daniel Adugna (AU Youth Program Officer) on youth@africa-union.orgApply Now for the 8th Batch African Union Youth Volunteer Corps (AU-YVC) 2018Downloads: Call for Application English Call for Application FrenchLink: https://www.africa-youth.org/opportunit ... teer-2018/Statistics: Posted Posted by shafer — Sat Jul 15, 2017 10:47 pm […]

      • Managers • Let's Do Case Study
        Posted by Maclatunji on July 13, 2017 at 15:04

        Case study is now a widely-accepted and used method of training managers in many business schools and Management courses. Being a platform, for building 'Hotpros', we are starting this thread to encourage current and aspiring managers to develop their skills. Let us have a look at our first caseCASE 1When Company Z's factory burned down in 1995 just two weeks before Christmas, production halted and employees assumed they'd be out of work until the factory was rebuilt. But CEO Aaron Feuerstein extended the employees 90 days at full pay, as well as 180 days with benefits at a cost of $25 million to the company. After the factory was rebuilt and all of the displaced workers were rehired, cooperation and productivity reached a new high, with 40% more business, 95% customer and employee retention, and a production increase from 130,000 to 200,000 yards per week.Question: Do you think Company Z's CEO has done the right thing? Drop your response in comments below.Statistics: Posted Posted by Maclatunji — Thu Jul 13, 2017 4:04 pm […]

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