Nigeria's AltSchool Africa Launches New Schools to Upskill Africans "For the Jobs of the Future"
The schools will offer courses in various fields, including design, coding, entrepreneurship, and marketing.
AltSchool Africa was founded in 2018 by two Nigerian entrepreneurs with the mission to “upskill Africans for the jobs of the future.”
The new schools will be located in Lagos and Abuja, two of Nigeria’s most populous cities. The schools will have state-of-the-art facilities and will be staffed by experienced faculty.
AltSchool Africa is targeting students interested in pursuing careers in the creative and business industries. The company believes that these industries are growing rapidly in Africa and that there is a high demand for skilled workers.
In addition to the new schools, AltSchool Africa is also launching several new initiatives, including a scholarship program for students from low-income families and a startup accelerator program for aspiring entrepreneurs.
About AltSchool Africa
AltSchool Africa offers courses in a variety of fields, including design, coding, entrepreneurship, and marketing.
The tech startup is committed to providing high-quality education and training to Africans who are interested in pursuing careers in the creative and business industries.
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