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Goldman Sachs Africa Recruiting Initiative for Nigerian and Ghanaians



Application Deadline: 31st December 2018

Goldman Sachs Africa Recruiting Initiative Invitation: Applications are currently ongoing for the Goldman Sachs Africa Recruiting Initiative for Ghanaian and Nigerian Students. Interested students can see the details and apply if eligible.

Goldman Sachs Africa Recruiting Initiative Details and FAQs

“The Africa Recruiting Initiative helps Engineering recruit talent from Africa, create global professional opportunities for qualified students and expand our diversity recruiting outreach,” said Lade, a vice president in Engineering Campus Recruiting, who organized the event. High-potential candidates were invited back for a final day of interview prep, application coaching and a technical assessment workshop.

“Whether or not I’m offered an internship, this program has been one of the most fantastic points of my life,” said Emmanuel, a final year engineering student at the University of Lagos, Nigeria. “I really liked the Goldman Sachs people I met and the hands-on support they gave us.”

The Goldman Sachs Africa Recruiting Initiative aims to engage and recruit engineering talent across the continent. Here, participants share their takeaways, advice for aspiring engineers, and hopes for the future.

When is the application deadline?

31st December 2018

Which countries are eligible?

African countries

What is the category of this opportunity?

Internships / Jobs

How do I know if I’m eligible for the initiative?

Applicants are young and reside in either Ghana or Nigeria.

How to Apply

Ghana event: February 4-6, 2019 – learn more and apply
Nigeria event: February 8-11, 2019 – learn more and apply

Programme Webpage


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