Glovo Launches Africa Graduate Program for Young Talent
Leading on-demand delivery platform Glovo has announced the launch of the Glovo Africa Graduate Program, an initiative designed to empower and develop young Kenyan talent with aspirations in the tech industry.
The program, which aims to expand throughout Africa in the future, will equip promising individuals with the skills and experience needed to become industry leaders.
Tailored specifically for promising Kenyan and African candidates, the Glovo Africa Graduate Program is a year-long immersive journey across key business sectors within the company.
Participants will have the opportunity to explore roles in Operations, Quick-Commerce, Partners and Brands, Finance and Strategy, and Brand Marketing Services.
“We are deeply passionate about unlocking the potential within our continent by investing in its most valuable asset – our young people,” said Rasheeda Sedhosime, Head of People Africa at Glovo.
“The Glovo Africa Graduate Program is a testament to our commitment to nurturing the next generation of leaders who will shape the future of Africa.”
This rigorous program offers participants a unique blend of hands-on experience, mentorship, and professional development opportunities.
They will gain valuable insights into the dynamic on-demand delivery industry while contributing to real-world projects and collaborating with diverse teams.
By investing in young individuals, Glovo aims to empower the next generation of innovators and entrepreneurs who will drive positive change on the continent.
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