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Microsoft and The Chosen Breed hosts Career Job Fair this May

Nigeria is a great country with huge potentials to become the centre of African development and economic growth. But we have a few challenges to overcome to enter into a phase of unparalleled growth and productivity. 

The Chosen Breed in partnership with Microsoft Nigeria has put together a Career and Employment Fair as a contribution to making a difference to the youths of Nigeria.
How will your life change if you could cut through the clutter and meet directly with potential employers who are ready to give you jobs on the spot?

We believe that there are opportunities for more jobs and for more people to get employed, but the information as to where to search and how to go about it is not readily available.
One of the ways to tackle this problem is to create an opportunity for potential job seekers to meet with career experts and learn from them.
To this end we are organizing a career fair to allow for engagement between job seekers and recruiters, organizations and also educationists.
Our goals are to educate and have hundreds of Jobs available to potential employees through all of our partners present on the day with 'on the spot' interviews.

Event Details
Date: 9th May 2015
Time: 10 am – 4 pm
Venue: House7, Plot 2/3 Kudirat Abiola Way, First Bank Bus Stop, Opposite Yard 158, Oregun, Ikeja. Lagos.
The goal of this program is to enable young professionals:
·         Understand the dynamics of the job market in Nigeria
·         Interact between Employers, recruiters and potential job seekers
·         Job opportunities for attendees
·         Learning and mentoring opportunities
·         Internships and Volunteering opportunities
·         Educational Advancement opportunities
·         Career development and growth
·         Networking opportunities
Note: This is a Free Event, but Registration is compulsory.

To Register: Text your name, gender, phone number and email address to 0808 888 9889 or 0808 888 9898.

This event is proudly supported by Microsoft Nigeria, Endive Projects, Rainoil, Jobberman, Jobmag, PZ, Etisalat, MTN, Fistolas Limited, Gemstone, Creseada International and many more


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