Monday, August 15, 2022

Can Youth’s ‘Skill2Sustain project’ concludes

The closing programme & certificate distribution under Can Youth’s “Skill2Sustain project” was held in the Conference Hall of Tourist Lodge, Dimapur on June 30. In a press release, Can Youth informed that during the programme, special guest, managing director, Alaphra Group, Ricky Ozukum various challenges that came with his career.
He encouraged the participants to focus on being an entrepreneur as in Nagaland, he viewed that people were much focused on government jobs which was not available to everyone.
He emphasised on the importance of acquiring various set of skills as with skills, one can be self-reliant and independent.
Ozukum also spoke on how to change the attitude towards a job whether big or small and concluded his speech by saying that one should be self-driven, self-motivated, stay updated and set goals for a sense of direction.
Meanwhile in his exhortation, founder & chief functionary Can Youth, Jenpu Rongmei also shared how the soft skill training will help develop an understanding of “who we are and also build overall competency.”
He mentioned the demand of young people in the private sector provided one should have a skill of working professionally.
The programme was chaired by project lead, Skill & Livelihood, Can Youth, Nuyelu Nyekha, board member, Can Youth, Zhove Lohe offered invocation, welcome note was delivered by programme manager, Can Youth, Sentiwati Program while vote of thanks was proposed by project assistant, leadership programme, Can Youth, Sentimongla Ozukum.
Altogether, 250 youth completed the first batch of the training.

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