Students and graduates trained on CV writing techniques and the use of digital tools

Unemployment remains one of the biggest challenges confronting young people in Ghana. According to data available on, in 2020, the unemployment rate in Ghana was at approximately 4.53 percent of the total labour force, and limited access to the right training on how to find and secure job opportunities using both online and offline tools and techniques makes this challenge a lot more difficult to overcome.

Therefore, on Saturday, 25th June, 2022, African Students For Interfaith Tolerance in partnership with Northern Innovation Lab and with the support and participation of Captain Jamaldeen Tonzua Seidu successfully held a one-day training workshop for graduates, NSS Personnel, and students of tertiary institutions in Walewale, North East Region.

The training workshop focused on building the capacity of participants in writing standard and appropriate curricula vitae, preparing for interviews, creating and managing attractive LinkedIn profiles, and an introduction to other digital tools in order to enhance their chances of securing jobs.

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