Youth skilling

  1. Partner with local businesses: Partner with local businesses to offer apprenticeships and internships to young people, providing them with practical training and experience.
  2. Establish vocational training programs: Set up vocational training programs that teach practical skills such as carpentry, welding, sewing, and computer skills.
  3. Conduct skills assessments: Assess the skills and aptitudes of young people to identify their strengths and areas for development, and tailor training programs accordingly.
  4. Provide entrepreneurship training: Offer training in entrepreneurship and financial management to help young people start and grow their own businesses.
  5. Organize career fairs: Organize career fairs to connect young people with potential employers and provide information on career opportunities.
  6. Provide mentorship: Provide mentorship programs to connect young people with experienced professionals in their desired fields and offer guidance and support.
  7. Conduct life skills training: Offer training in life skills such as communication, problem-solving, and decision-making to help young people succeed in their personal and professional lives.
  8. Provide access to technology: Provide access to computers, internet, and other technology to help young people develop digital skills.
  9. create a network: Establish a network of young people and provide opportunities for them to connect with each other, share experiences, and support each other.
  10. Establish partnerships: Partner with other organizations and stakeholders working on youth skilling to share resources, ideas, and best practices