CERN Junior Fellowship 2021-22 in Geneva, Switzerland (Fully Funded)

Applications for the 2021-2022 European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) Junior Fellowship programme are opened. The Fellowship Programme is addressed to graduates from universities or higher technical institutes in a wide range of applied sciences, computing and engineering with limited or no work experience.  Continue reading CERN Junior Fellowship 2021-22 in Geneva, Switzerland (Fully Funded)

From Taxi Driver to Nobel Prize in Chemistry: The Story of Frances Arnold

“Life is long, and you can have many different lives. You can learn many different things, and you never know when they will be useful, so learn as much as you can and combine your knowledge in new ways. Adapt, be flexible and never stop learning”. These were the words of Frances Arnold in an interview with El País. Continue reading From Taxi Driver to Nobel Prize in Chemistry: The Story of Frances Arnold

World Bank Group Africa Fellowship Program 2022 for Young Professionals (Funded)

Applications for the World Bank Group (WBG) Africa Fellow 2022 are now open. The World Bank Group (WBG) Africa Fellowship Program targets young talented African nationals who are completing or have recently completed their Ph.D. in an area relevant to the World Bank’s work. The fellowship program has been very successful since its inception, building a strong pipeline of young African talent interested in a career in development, in international institutions, African governments, think tanks, and academia. Continue reading World Bank Group Africa Fellowship Program 2022 for Young Professionals (Funded)

Barbara Zelu Writes: Obtaining a First Class or Graduating Top of your Class is no longer Enough.

For a few years now, the Ghanaian media space has been filled with headlines such as “she(he) graduated with first class, but selling bread”, or “he(she) graduated top of her class, but no job”. When I read some of these stories my heart goes out to these graduates, and I am sure a whole lot of us sympathise with them too. Continue reading Barbara Zelu Writes: Obtaining a First Class or Graduating Top of your Class is no longer Enough.

Frank Kwesi Botwey Shares Story of how he Co-founded Wekplace an Employment Technology in Ghana.

Frank Kwesi Botwey is the co-founder and managing member of wekplace a Ghanaian employment technology. Wekplace is an online human capital management technology and services provider, actively digitizing the way companies work. Continue reading Frank Kwesi Botwey Shares Story of how he Co-founded Wekplace an Employment Technology in Ghana.