We Are An Entrepreneurship And Professional Development Oriented Organization
Computer Literacy Program
Mentorship And Coaching
Who We Are?
The Youth Alive Foundation, established in 2017. It is an entrepreneurship and professional development-oriented organization, formed to promote and cultivate the spirit of entrepreneurship among the youth. The extent to which the world of work is constantly evolving, hence the need to empower, harness and instill vital leadership skills, entrepreneurship and innovation education to the youth. The premise that a college certification or qualification will ensure job security is only mirage, proven or validated by the staggeringly high rate of global youth unemployment. The Youth Alive Foundation recognizes the importance of entrepreneurship education, inclusion and investing in Youth/millennials. At Youth Alive Foundation, our programs allow for variety interactive seminars, mentorship programs, workshops, business simulation activities and boot camps. Mentoring and coaching is what we do to the young entrepreneurs who are ready to be catapulted to greater heights. We have the expertise and experience that can work for you. We encourage the youth to do hand jobs such as making hand made ladies clothing like the ones on the one shown here.
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