-Who Will Benefit-
- High School and College Students about to Join the Workforce.
- Parents and Educators of GenZs.
- Career Counsellors and Coaches.
- Employers looking to Recruit and Retain GenZs.
- Anyone Interested in Personal Development and Career Planning.
-What You Will Get-
Participants would gain a lot from this session, including;
An understanding of the GenZ demographics and characteristics.
Insight into the future job market and necessary skills.
A clear plan for mapping out their future and achieving their goals.
An interactive learning experience and the opportunity to ask questions.
How to register and start enjoying the Youtherium Advantage
About The Instructor
Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in 2005 for which he worked for over 14 years, Lameen Abdul-Malik has over twenty years’ experience in international development, primarily in Africa. At the IAEA he developed a regional strategy to help over 41 African countries use nuclear science and technology to address their primary development challenges in health, agriculture and radiation safety. He started his career, working at the UK Department for International Development, where he worked on the international trade, debt relief and economic and social research.
However, Lameen is very passionate about coffee too and has been writing about coffee for over 13 years, for which he was featured on CNN. In June 2019, he was invited to participate at the International Coffee Organization (ICO) and European Union (EU) Coffee Symposium on the UN Sustainable development goals (SDGS), where he interacted with global players such as Starbucks, Nestle, Illy as they discussed ways in which to improve the coffee value chain