Accra based Youth Employment Accelerator, Africa Internship Academy focusing on training and matching graduates into internships and jobs, has unveiled a new name, a new logo and a new website as part of an extensive rebranding initiative.
The service is now known as Africa Skills Hub.
The rebranding initiative coincided with recent changes to the company’s internal structure and processes as well as the introduction of the Skills Badge Certification.
The rebrand has provided a platform to evolve the service offerings, to be a true full-service, innovative, employment accelerator, and business incubator for students and graduates in Africa.
“This rename and rebrand represent a significant step in the company’s evolution. We are redefining who we are, driving change and shaping the future of the youth employment and skills training industry,” said Emmanuel Leslie Addae, Co-Founder and Head of Operations.
“Our brand ethos has always been built on trust, credibility and industry knowledge – that’s what’s kept our business running seamlessly for the past four years. We pride ourselves on our relationships and our ability to help, support and connect youth graduates to opportunities in Africa.”
The new name and logo was developed through a collaborative process and reflects the company’s passion for giving every youth the opportunity to reach their full potential. The name also aligns with the company’s mission; to support and grow the potential of students, graduates and the companies.
The brightening bulb in the Africa Map strategically resembles the ideas and talents of young people in Africa, the colors used to represent power and innovations.
The new website will offer a warm and engaging design, easy to use navigation optimized perfectly for either desktop, mobile or tablet use. Access to essential information about services, assessments, programs, initiatives and is intuitive and quick. The website will also boast a blog and resource center, amongst other helpful content.
Africa Skills Hub is a youth employment accelerator that aims at grooming Africa’s next generational change agents through practical and accessible learning and coaching tools, delivered online and offline using our Career Pathways Module. The Career Pathways Module (CPM) comprises Digital Skills, Leadership Skills, and Entrepreneurial Skills.
About Africa Skills Hub
Africa Skills Hub is a youth employment accelerator that aims at grooming Africa’s next generational change agents through practical and accessible learning and coaching tools, delivered online and offline using our Career Pathways Module.
The Career Pathways Module (CPM) comprises Digital Skills, Leadership Skills, and Entrepreneurial Skills.
- ECG releases load shedding timetable for March 30 to April 7
- TikToker Ahuofe ‘Ghana Tupac’ dead
- Chief of Mujipe shot dead, son in critical condition
- Social media users react to TikToker Ahoufe’s death
- Larabanga Accident: Level 200 student dead, 3 others in critical condition
- BoG denies introduction of ¢500 coin, note
- Where’s the so-called excess capacity? – John Jinapor quizzes government over load shedding timetable
- Proposed taxes are draconian – Seth Terkper
- We will resume picketing if government fails to honour payment in 2-weeks – Pensioner bondholders
- Adom FM climaxes Ghana Month celebrations with splendid cultural durbar
- We need a hospital built purposely for Members of Parliament – Henry Quartey
- North Dayi District Assembly committed to improving livelihoods of PwDs – DCE
- High Court issues bench warrant for Savelugu MP
- Enterprise Group PLC appoints Keli Gadzekpo as Group Chairman
- We hope our colleagues will help pass the 3 tax measures – Oppong Nkrumah
- Justice system has not worked for Gyakye Quayson, Assin North constituents – Mahama
- Oscar Pistorius parole bid collapses in South Africa
- This Saturday on Newsfile
- Health officer in court for allegedly defiling two teenagers at Nkwanta
- Gbewaa College incurs over GHȻ7k debt weekly to feed teacher trainees – Principal
- GAEC partners EU, IAEA UNICRI to fight organised criminal activities
- What are we on earth for? – Henry Quartey mourns death of Kumawu MP
- Online safety: Fund seeks applicants for grant awards
- Music producer Kaywa loses mother
- The Multimedia Group’s Adom brand ends Ghana month with colourful cultural display