Re!gnite Africa’s 2016 Career Positioning Program (CPP) kicked off on June 10th, and we are very excited to meet our new cohort of professionals! We will work with this energetic group of trainees for seven weeks in an innovative program aimed at equipping them with skills and knowledge in career mapping and professional development to make them employable.
Sixteen participants were selected among over 40 applications received this year. The class is made of trainees with diverse backgrounds including biomedical sciences, engineering, accounting and financing, economics, business and management, to mention but a few.
Their interests range from engineering, mathematics, budgeting, business management skills, monitoring and evaluation, public relations to environmental conservation, leadership, advocacy & policy formulation (including feminist advocacy), social justice, youth empowerment, women’s issues, e.t.c.
The ones featured below successfully completed the program and graduated: Sarah Owembabazi, Immaculate Kanyunyuzi, Christine Sevume, Leila Nassozi, Mugisha Obed, Sophia Nabukenya, Jovia Apio, Anita Batenga, Rene Kaggwa, Vincent Adebasiku, Ogwal Paul, Peter Okech, and Ddamulira William (in the order featured below).