WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT NIGERIA
16 was such a pivotal year in my life! I remember it so vividly going to #LEADCamp alongside one of my BFFs till Today, I remember hosting the student segment of a show on TV. I was nominated to read a poem we all wrote on @937rhythmfm. That year I won “Most Outstanding Participant” then I got a nationwide scholarship that led me to @BrownU. When I think of what I’ve been able to do at #BellaNaija and what I’m starting at #AsoEbiBella, a big part of the seed started at 16. So grateful to be part of the #JAN fam over a decade later, and I can only hope that the way those media trips and hearing those female entrepreneurs touched me, I can inspire other little women like I was when I was 16.
Nkechi Eze (INK)
Lead Camp Participant
The ViMP 2016 was an amazing experience; it improved my level of business awareness and opened my mind and eyes to endless possibilities. Even up to this moment, I still benefit tremendously from our alumni network. It is one of the best things that ever happened to me.
ViMP 2016 participant.
JA Company programs has had a great impact in me, it has given me a glimpse of the world of entrepreneurship, being a leader and the importance of self-awareness. It has also been a platform which will lunch me into my future career. I have learnt that strategies and using tactics will go a long way in one’s life apart from business. Pertaining to my school everyone feels inspired and eager to be that one successful person in academics and in extra curriculum activities. Most student want to start their own business venture and enjoy being a student entrepreneur. One thing i love about JAN is that through it series of programs, it has enabled me to find my voice and to be strong in my red zone
Company Program participant
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