Tech investment: Vatebra Internship & Mentorship Program Launches

April 26, 2022
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Leading tech company Vatebra Limited has announced the commencement of her first streamlined internship program, this was made known in an event held at the Vatebra Tech Hub in Lagos. The program entitled the Vatebra Internship and Mentorship Program #VIM2022 is designed to develop young and enthusiastic individuals into a unique learning and growth system with Vatebra Limited.

The program which kicked off officially on the 22nd of April 2022 with its first cohort of interns and mentees, comes at a time when the tech ecosystem is rapidly in search of solutions, people and capabilities to diversify the planets pipeline. While useful and ingenious technology professionals are increasingly becoming scarce as the industry generally witnesses a brain drain, it became paramount that upskilling and apprenticeship will go a long way to start building the technology professionals of the future. 

According to the Program Director Mosunmola Adewale-Akobada “The VIM program functions much like apprenticeship, providing hands-on technical training and capstone projects, as well as mentorship. As with the organization the program is both physical and virtual. It is scheduled to last for 10 months”.

The Head of African Markets, at Vatebra Limited, Matthew Omoaka, posit: “This internship gives participants the rare opportunity to acquire skills and experience through short-term work rather than a more traditional training approach. It gives people a chance to develop some really cool experience in a short amount of time and really very specific, very marketable information to put on a resume.

He added, “conferring to the program plan, the interns/mentees require up to 40 hours of work every week for a minimum of 10 months. Working hours are coordinated with the Company supervisor. The interns/mentees must demonstrate high level performance and will be evaluated monthly. At the middle and end of the program the Intern/Mentees will make presentations and reports that will be used as a basis to judge their participation and achievements”. 

Speaking through a live Zoom call, The Deputy Managing Director of Vatebra Limited Mr. Mike Aigbe admonishes the interns ‘that the Interns program is an opportunity which has been provided at no cost to them and for those who wouldn’t necessarily have had it. It will also help the beneficiaries in their career path not only by getting the experience but as a concept of being able to balance that with the right exposure”

Vatebra Limited is an ICT company in Africa with competency in the delivery of cutting-edge Software Solutions in the Private and Public Sectors. Vatebra was established in 2003 as Fleet Technologies Limited, but rebranded in 2016 as Vatebra Limited. The Company is established to bridge the gap in the provision of competent and dependable Software Solutions. With this initiative, Vatebra Limited has continued to show obligation to the development of technology in Africa.

The Beneficiaries 

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John Eke is a proactive leader and lover of technology, he enjoys collaborating with amazing teams building great products that solve customer problems and drive real business value. He started his career in technology as a frontend developer writing Html, CSS, JavaScript and ReactJS. Although he loves learning how products are engineered and built, he developed a passion for validating product ideas and conceptualizing design/user experience and transitioned to product design. He truly believes in the intersection of technology, business and user experience in creating great products that provide customer satisfaction and real business value. His mission is to create great technology products that will be of impact to millions of people & businesses across various sectors and his greatest values are optimism, honesty, determination and resilience. When he's not thinking of products, you can catch him reading non-fiction books, playing chess or hanging out with friends.

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Ajayi Oluwapamilerin, a graduate of Geology from the University of Ilorin year 2019. He is a the first from a Family of 5 and a native of Osun State. Pamilerin also served as the general secretary of IAP project, Ilorin a project that was created to educate young ones on the usefulness of education. He believes humans should be versatile and not staying static, this had been his motivation on his journey to become a software developer. Pamilerin aims to be the best on his Software Development endeavor, believing it won’t be easy but he's willing to give in his best...

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Barnabas Oyarero is a 2020 Computer Science graduate of Edo University lyamho. He concluded his National Youth Service program on February 2022. Barnabas is hardworking, inquisitive and truly interested in not only building his career but also in making a sizable amount of impact in any and everything he does. He believes in his ability in generating interesting ideas as well as being open to those pitched from others. Barnabas enjoys to collaborate with others because this motivates him to work more efficiently and learn interesting perspectives and angles from those that he works with. Asides his goal of growing his career, he has other interests. He is a cinephile who truly enjoys films and the art of filmmaking and even has hopes of one day writing and directing his own films. He is usually inspired by places, family, friends and just people in general.

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