Message from the CEO

Career Prime is a firm birthed  in 2009 with the sole aim of helping school leavers choose an appropriate course of study in higher institution. This vision was thought to be  achievable putting into consideration the student’s ability for the choice course, passion for the choice course (or fundamental subjects of the course), and  moral and parental support. Over time, however, we have seen that career success for school leavers can be deeper than carrying-out a counselling and psychological session. We want to create a culture; a culture for building and identifying talents. We thought of everything; even a quiet place to think, and we are positive about the impact of organising career-specific excursions, games, sports and academic competitions, vocational training, seminars and counselling sessions for our young people. Students need something to talk about.; they need something to compete for; something they can look forward to on a yearly basis.

Back in the days, there were sports competitions – Football, Volleyball, Tennis, etc. Where are these competitions today? Slowly, they are fading away. They do not thrive. Students are not even passionate anymore  about any of these. They now take to vices, social media, and all sorts. We can bring back competitiveness again. We can instil passion for learning, sports, etc. We can make the engineers-to-be see process equipment and plants before work-life begins; doctors-to-be need to see what doctors do. Career decisions need more than theories before they are made. We want to crystallize the imaginations of the hearts of these young people. Our mission is a dream; an assignment and a vision that must be accomplished. While we constantly work at  making this dream a reality, we need you to spear-head this course to your advantage.

As a means of contributing to the survival of SMEs in Nigeria, we have offerings that could easily support their sustainability.

Message from the CEO

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