The digital massive education initiative powered by Autoclax, an initiative of Dreams Hub Research and Innovation Center, Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, on Friday, held a ceremony to welcome the Autoclax scholarship class of 2023.
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In his welcome speech to the beneficiaries of the first phase of the scholarship for 2023, the Founder and Executive Director of Dreams Hub, Oscar Nchaso Bekari called on them to take the courses seriously and also make good use of the advantages the program offers, especially for the entrepreneurs among them.
The Scholars have a period of three months (90 days) to complete their selected courses and in that time, will also be involved in group projects and carrying out specific field related tasks, and in conjunction with selected collaborators, give them opportunities to put their knowledge to the test.
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Some of the core values Dreams Hub Research and Innovation Center seeks to find in the scholars during and after the program are integrity, team work, innovation and discipline, as they are important to success; not just for the scholarship program but on their respective journeys to career success.
Some other benefits the scholarship holders will have access to include partnerships, Dreams Hub’s incubator called, La Capsula, for their ideas and/or innovative projects; assistance from conceptualization, design, development and implementation of their ideas and/or startups, Dreams Hub’s networks, among others.
The Autoclax platform has over 400 courses in different fields and for different levels, contributing to reducing the digital divide by equipping young people with practical and transferable skills.