Alot of people most have read or heard about student support groups in Universities and this is not an exception. In this episode, I sat with the executives & representatives of AIESEC to talk about what we need to know about them and how they’ve been helping students to be employable and ready for the future of work.
Join us as we also talk about the Career Fair which is coming soon at the University of Jos.
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On this episode of Joey OffAir Podcast, we have Mr David Daser, the Director General of Plateau State Information and Communication Technology Development Agency (PICTDA) and a Story teller of Jos to the world.He defines Jos as People and a place of diversity and convergence of amazing people. As someone who is the government he said he had to learn and unlearn policies in order to effectively bring developers into Plateau in order to build the state.Technological wise, he believes that Jos has to rewire it’s system in order to succeed in making Jos a silicon village and they are trying to build a silicon Plateau that is tech and IT base that has policy, talent and market and with the journey so far, Jos is on the path of almost achieving this dream.Daser said that Jos has become an inspiration to other states in the country to work on developing their ICT. On policies, he said they are important and they have used them in different areas of the state such as the health and the private sector. Soon, the State will be built as a developing centre instead of talents leaving the land in search of greener land pasture.David Daser’s final thought is for people to always go up, aim for the best and never settle for little.