Applications are now open for the Orange Corners Nigeria Student Ambassadors Program. This program offers participants an opportunity to build their entrepreneurial capabilities while being a student, and access opportunities for personal growth and development.
Orange Corners, an initiative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, supports young entrepreneurs across Africa with training and access to markets. The Orange Corners Nigeria Student Ambassadors Program will bring these benefits to students who the program’s organizers select from the pool of applicants.
This edition will welcome the fourth cohort of the program, and will last for six months. It will be driven by the Embassy of the Netherlands in Nigeria, and executed by FATE Foundation.
Students who take part in this program will benefit from it in the following ways:
•Gain valuable leadership and entrepreneurship skills
•Access business consulting and advisory services
•Get the chance to network with like-minded, entrepreneurially inclined people
•Gain a better understanding of the business landscape, and learn what it takes to build and sustain a thriving enterprise
This program is open to persons who meet the following criteria:
•Must be a student at a tertiary institution in Lagos
•Should be at their penultimate or final year in school
•Passionate about entrepreneurship and business development
•Have a business idea or an early stage business
The deadline for applications is November 15, 2022.
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