Students at the Advanced School of Mass Communication in Yaounde, have been drilled on entrepreneurship and self-employment skills after graduation. This was during a seminar organised by the group, ‘Strivers of Corporate Communication 3’, on Thursday April 25th.
This seminar had as panellists Mr. Rostant TANE, and Mr. NADJIBER Daniel.
It was on the theme stakes and obstacles faced by companies in Cameroon.
The concerned students were lectured on the advantages of corporate networking, and the role it plays in being their own bosses and creating employment for themselves and for others as well.
Focus was also laid on developing teamwork skills because once in the job market working with people is going to be something they cannot avoid.
The outgoing level 3 students listened attentively as Mr. TANE, a graduate from the institution talked about the initiative he took in creating work for himself after he graduated, by creating an enterprise known as Media Intelligence located at Elig Essono, with branches in Gabon, Rwanda and Congo.
This enterprise focuses on media monitoring and provision of intel, as far as creation of enterprises are concerned.
He emphasised that through this enterprise he has been able to provide jobs for himself and for others as well.
The panellist concluded the session by urging the students to cultivate and harness the spirit of leadership and entrepreneurship.
They were asked to turn away from the mentality of always counting on the government to provide them jobs, for there are endless possibilities once they graduate.
Using the words of one-time United States President John F. Kennedy, the students were asked to focus on what they can do for their country rather than what their country can do for them.
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