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After completing my matric back in 2015, I had no idea what was my next step. Most of my school mates were busy completing their tertiary application but I had no plan since I did not apply to any. Just like most of the young people who just completed their matric, I was confused about which career path to choose.

Southern Africa Youth Project gave me a life-changing opportunity which till today I feel like it. After completing a 6months Learnership (2months End User & 4 months programming) I had an idea on what I wanted to pursue. The following year I was accepted to pursue a Degree in Multimedia which had modules that required one to know and understand coding for (web developing and designing), with the skills I equipped at SAYPRO I was already a step ahead with everything.
In addition, with the skills I equipped at SAYPRO it made it easy for me to understand my Professional Design module due to the Professional ethics that I learnt under the guardians of Neftaly and the SAYPRO family.
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As a beneficiary, Southern Africa Youth is still home to me and as a graduate and a current freelancer, they still hire me to deliver different services to them. To me, this shows that they always do a follow-up and make sure that their beneficiaries practise the skills they have to their full potential and make a living out of them.

About Southern Africa Youth Project

Southern Africa Youth Project provides marketing managers, owners, founders, fundraisers an opportunity to subscribe monthly from as little as $16 per month or R300

You can get opportunities such as tenders, funding opportunities, jobs, learnerships, internships, fellowships, and scholarships. Other opportunities are available free of no charge.

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