Impact Business Leaders’ Africa Programme
20th July - 2nd August 2014
In partnership with Ashesi, the Impact Business Leaders (IBL) Africa Programme seeks to prepare young and accomplished corporate executives seeking to transition into a career in social entrepreneurship/impact investing. The programme will be a 2 week, 100 hour intensive training programme to be held in Ashesi between 20 July and 2 August 2014.
Following the training, IBL fellows will have the opportunity to participate in 10 – 12 month placement with social enterprises and impact investing entities in Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya. Generous scholarships for tuition and accommodation over the period of the training are available from the Shell Foundation and the Hitachi Foundation. The curriculum is tailored to enable participants develop the skills to manage, scale and make meaningful contributions to the operations and impact of social enterprises/impact investing entities in an ethical manner.
Applications forms are available on here.
Deadline for applications are:
• Early admissions: April 18, 2014
• Decision by: May 9, 2014
• Regular admissions: May 30, 2014
You will bear from the selection team by: June 13, 2014
For more information visit www.impactbusinessleaders.com
Ashesi Business Leadership (ABL) Programme
7th July - 11th July
The ABL programme, led by Business Administration Department Head, Ebow Spio, will involve a two-day session for 25 Ashesi students and a three-day session for 30 young business executives. Areas that will be covered include Business Strategy formulation and execution, Marketing, Career Modelling and Development, and Ethics and Accountability in Brand Building.
For more information, contact: email@example.com
17th - 23rd August
This is a one-week programme from August 17 to 23. This programme is mainly a computing foundations course for public school teachers in Ghana. It seeks to provide teachers with basic computer skills to facilitate their own self-learning and enable them to deploy simple Information and Communications Technology in their work as educators. The programme is jointly organised by DreamOval Foundation and the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), and is hosted by Ashesi.