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OUR MISSION

To enable career-oriented young girls enrolled in the university system of Nepal realize their professional dreams by helping them develop workplace competencies and life skills through personalized mentorship from top industry experts.

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THE PROBLEM

The Nepali education system is severely underdeveloped with a hyper-focus on rote memorization and no emphasis on job soft skill development. More than 43 thousand youths graduate every year that cumulates to 4,00,000 job seeker in a given year.

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OUR INTERVENTION

We conduct 16 weeks  Fellowship program curated, designed, facilitated and mentored by industry experts to prepare young females for the competitive job market. We dedicate our efforts to developing both soft skills and industry-specific skills.

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Modules

42

Mentors

42

Facilitated Hours

16

Mentored Hours

20

Recruiting Partners

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MENTORS AND FACILITATORS

“Career Prep Fellowship prepares you with life skills, soft skills and hard skills that is all about developing the aptitude which is something that matters the most. All we want for you is to develop your aptitude, develop your skills to make it large into the job.”

Mr. Bibhusan Bista, Young Innovations

“I have been into business since last 15 years and one of the major issues that I face is lack of professionalism and maturity in the people who come to me for work. If we have a program like this, where they even teach you interview skills, then i highly encourage you to participate and get the most out of it.”

Juna Mathema, Blitz Media

“With program like this the candidates employability would significantly be altered on the side of the better.”

Prasanna Pokherel, CEO, Vianet Communications

“Women being provided job opportunities to access different levels and positions is so crucial as there’s still a ceiling that we have not been able to reach. Through this program, I hope women will not only be working in specific lines or careers such as teachers and nurses but we will have more women who are Executives and in single leadership position that is not about trying to do better than men or overcome them but instead of being their assistant, work alongside them and provide equal leadership.”

Lalina Maharjan, Fellow, Cohort 1

“I had never given so much time for myself”

Ritu Ratnam, Fellow, Cohort 1