EFP 2.0 Three months Online Group Coaching comes to an end

EFP 2.0 Three months Online Group Coaching comes to an end

On the 18th January, 2020, CareerLife Nigeria hosted 94 participants and over 30 subject matter experts (who volunteered to hold a mock interview session) to a live interview mock session where participants were coached with the aim of overcoming interview phobia. You can read more about it here.

it doesn’t just stop at the event. There is an opportunity for participants and those who couldn’t make it to the event to be involved in a 3 months group coaching exercise. This featured over 25 professionals in a whatsapp group with participants for a group coaching exercise.

During the 3 months, we held knowledge sharing sessions every week facilitated by different professionals with varied experience. The sessions covered topics around CV Writing, Interview Preparation, LinkedIn Visibility and many more.

The coaching was holistic and it covers the entire life cycle of what a young graduate needs to know to thrive in their career with a support system ready to partner along with them. There were frequent job posts and referrals from the HR Professionals in the group which participants benefitted from.

Here are the feedback from some participants:


We’re getting all set for the third edition of the Employability Fitness Program. Due to the pandemic and the reduced restriction, we are still considering if to postpone it or hold it online.

Due to what the program aims to achieve (which is to connect fresh graduates with professionals and subject matter experts so that they can be coached), we would like to get your opinion while we plan for EFP 3.0

Please help fill this questionnaire 


Yewande Jinadu

Yewande Jinadu is a Young and Dynamic HR Professional who is a passionate about employability of Young Graduates. She is the Founder of CareerLife Nigeria (careerlife.com.ng) and the convener of The Employability Fitness Program, a program that helps young graduates overcome interview phobia through live interview mock sessions Her passion for impacting others and starting CareerLife Nigeria was borne out of her own personal struggle to get a job. As an engineering graduate who finished from a public university with no previous employability training, she struggled to find a job. She made up my mind to switch to HR with the desire to help young Nigerian graduates achieve measurable success in their career. Through CareerLife Nigeria's initiative, several graduates have become employable and gotten job several Job Offers. Recently she was recognized as one of the top 150 global HR Professionals and Top 50 Career Influencers by The Workbooth Yewande is changing the narrative for Young Nigerian Graduates You can reach out to her by sending a mail to: info@careerlife.com.ng and follow her on Twitter and Instagram: @careerlifeng

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