Lonadek Partners with Ishk Tolaram Foundation to Empower 40 Unemployed Youths through Amazon Web Services re/Start Program

In an unwavering display of its commitment to driving value and enhancing performance, Lonadek Global Services has forged a strategic partnership with Ishk Tolaram Foundation. The primary objective of this collaboration is to provide support to forty (40) unemployed youths in the Amazon Web Services re/Start Program. This joint effort seeks to bring about a transformative impact in the realms of education, skill development, and community empowerment.

This development is outlined in an official agreement signed on Friday, July 28, 2023. Driven by a commitment to excellence, Lonadek consistently nurtures outstanding individuals who, in turn, propagate a culture of excellence within their respective organizations.

Conversely, Ishk Tolaram Foundation provides access to quality education, healthcare, and skills training to underserved individuals to enable them to improve their quality of life. Since its inception, the foundation has positively impacted over 113,000 lives, diligently fulfilling its mission in Nigeria, Singapore, and Indonesia.

AWS re/Start is a full-time, skills development program that prepares learners for careers in the cloud. Through scenario-based learning and hands-on labs, learners gain the technical skills they need for entry-level cloud roles. AWS re/Start also focuses on building professional skills such as adaptive communication, time management, and collaboration. The program’s mission is to build a diverse pipeline of entry-level cloud talent.

This collaboration warmly invites individuals passionate about making a lasting difference in their lives. Beneficiaries of this partnership will be allowed to earn industry-recognized credentials and engage in valuable internship experiences, thereby bestowing them with a competitive advantage in both the Nigerian and international job markets.

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