The Lagos State Governor, Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu, has launched the Academy, a one-year Fellowship program for young Nigerians who want to make a difference in their generation. Through on-the-job training and one-on-one mentorship, we hope to cultivate the next generation of public servants by providing them with the tools they need to make a good impact on the public sector.
The program will give participants a first-hand look at the workings of state government, as well as the opportunity to engage in round table discussions with prominent leaders from both the public and private sectors. Young Nigerians are mentored each year through the Fellowship. Young Nigerians will have the opportunity to help the country’s recovery through inclusive, sustainable, and development-oriented approaches
Summary of Scholarships
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- Level of Study: College School
- Institution(s): Lateef Jakande Leadership Academy
- Study in: Nigeria
- Program Period: 6 Months
- Deadline: June 2, 2022
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Coverage of Scholarships
- Experience and profit from the following for fellows.
- Experiential Leadership Training in an Innovative Curriculum
- Involvement in Community-Based Activities
- Experienced Leaders as Mentors
- Feedback from Various Sources in Real Time
- Coaching for Leaders One-on-One
- Keeping an eye on Lagos City Council Members
- International and Local Policy Makes a Detour
- In the role of Special Assistant to the Governor, Network of Alumni Fellows will be paid a salary and receive all of the privileges of that position. Innocent bystander During their year of government service, Leadership Fellows are prohibited from receiving income from any other source.
- During their time in their respective ministries or agencies, fellows will serve as SPECIAL ASSISTANTS. As a result, they would have more confidence in their roles and be more equipped to devise and implement solutions in their varied roles. It will also make it easier for the Fellows to be integrated into an already established public service structure. In order to succeed in their roles, they must be able to learn quickly and work hard on tasks that are outside of their area of??expertise.
- From chairing inter-agency meetings and creating and implementing policies to crafting speeches for cabinet members to represent their agencies on various missions, responsibilities range widely.
- It is expected that Fellows would use what they have learned throughout the Fellowship year in order to further serve their communities, professions, and the nation as a whole.
- Non-partisan and meritocratic possibilities will be available through the LJLA Program. It will include classroom instruction as well as on-the-job training with members of the Lagos State Executive Council. There will be a 50/50 split in the pool of applicants for Fellows. Nigerians and Lagosians alike will be drawn to join the Academy’s ranks as Fellows.
- Be a Nigerian.
- Possess a minimum of three years of professional experience.
- Be under the age of 35.
- Hold a bachelor’s degree or higher
- Completed the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) or have a certificate of exemption
How can I apply for Lateef Jakande Leadership Academy Fellowship Program Qualification ?
Interested in learning more and being qualified? To apply, visit the Lateef Jakande Leadership Academy website at www.ljla.academy.
Scholarship Official Website
Visit the official website LJLA website to apply
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