Nigerian law students on the leadership board of the Harvard Black Law Students Association (BLSA) paid a visit to the West Africa Vocational Education (WAVE) and showed their excitement to how we train unemployed youth and connect them to entry-level jobs.

 BLSA is an organization aimed at providing guidance for black students in academic, professional and social endeavours. After visiting countries like Ghana, Botswana, South Africa, Kenya, and Zambia in the past years, BLSA leadership considers visiting Nigeria in a bid to provide legal services and support organization that is passionate about the future of Africa.  It was a pleasure to have them around, as they made donations $2600 to help provide a better opportunity for African youth. They were delighted to learn more about what the organization does, as WAVE sets a pathway to reduce the unemployment rate as well as rewiring the education system in Africa.

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  1. Great work Wave, the impact stories are really inspiring. I am a graduate from the University of Lagos and has been unemployed since 2016. How can i register for your program please ?

    1. Thank you for showing interest. Please, kindly visit our website www.waveacademies.org


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