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Date and Time: Wednesday, April 3, 2019; 8:00AM to 3:30PM GMT

Venue: British Council, Accra

Early bird rate: 30 Cedis (Refreshment Included)

SFAN (Stars From All Nations) is organizing the 2019 edition of Quantum Leap Career Fair on how to become irresistible to employers.

Quantum Leap Career Fair is an annual entry-level career fair that helps job seekers, students, and employers to connect and communicate face-to-face. The event provides a platform for participants to gather information on career options, build a network of contacts with peers and industry leaders, identify job openings/internships or secure an interview. And, stimulate insightful career discussions with experts and thought leaders.

The previous edition was hailed as a huge success and was one of the foremost events that spurred the ongoing conversation around the impact of technology on the future of work in the country. See a recap here!

For this edition, the team plans to take a deep dive into strategies, practical skills, and tips on how to become IRRESISTIBLE to employers. They’ll also delve into a youth-led, informed and frank dialogue on what millennials want from Ghanaian employers. This is special, join the experts at British Council on Wednesday, April 3 for an experience of your life!! Save your seat now – certificate will be available upon request.

Don’t miss the discounted early bird ticket, save your seat here!

For more information, contact the team via email to info@sfanonline.org or call 0545 93 5695.