March 21, 2023 9:00 am • 10:00 am ET
Carving a Career Path: Influence of Higher Education Services
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Come listen to the success stories of Faith Rovina Ngala and Jacob Osae who share their experience with career centers in Ghana​ into the education and technology sectors. Sashawaney Clarke will share her experience with a non-conventional higher education and career path in Jamaica and into the agroprocessing. In this interactive panel discussion, these young people and audience members will be able to share about what kinds of support and services were most useful in their transition from higher education to work.

Higher education administrators and programming implementers can listen for and contribute on lessons in supporting young peoples' school-to-work transitions, and young people can hear from their peers about leveraging available services for employment.

Presented by USAID's YouthPower 2: Learning and Evaluation Activity, the Higher Education Engagement and Transformation Community of Practice (CoP) serves youth, practitioners in youth-serving organizations, policymakers, and staff and students of higher education institutions.

This event will include automatic English closed captioning (cc).

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Hosted byUSAID's YouthPower 2
March 21, 2023 9:00 am • ET
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