Graduates Continue Entrepreneurial Education

Graduates Take Courses and Raise Money for Future Enterprises

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We are pleased to say many of the 2013 Sega graduates who finished their formal education in  December are continuing their studies in Entrepreneurship. This past Saturday, fourteen of the graduates enrolled in a 10-week course at the Magadu Entrepreneurship & Business Training Institute (MEBTI). This course is sponsored by Sega and designed to be the final culmination of all the business training the students have received.

These students also have a plan to raise money to help start their businesses at the end of the MEBTI course. To do so, the girls will attend other MEBTI conferences and events where they will sing, dance and tell poems in exchange for donations. These donations will be divvied up among the students to help with the initial funding of their enterprises. The girls performed at one such conference last week and it was a great success!

We are proud of our graduates for taking steps to help their dream businesses become realities!

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