The National Office for the Promotion of Employment (ONAPE) officially launched this Thursday, December 10, 2020 at the National House of Women, the Career guidance week in three (3) universities in the city of N'Djamena. These universities are the African University of Management and Innovation, the University HEC-Chad and finally the Francophone University.
During this week, young people will get to know, among other things, the ONAPE with the different services it offers to facilitate successful socio-professional integration; to learn about the job market and to be more competitive in their job seeking. The young people who will benefit from this week will no longer have difficulties in their job search and will be able to easily access paid or self-employment.
The representative of the private universities of the city of N'Djaména Mr Sahoulba Gontchomé acknowledged that this meeting represents an opportunity for students to improve their learning to ensure a successful professional integration. The director of ONAPE Mr. Brahim Sadick Dicko for his part emphasized that youth employment is a process starting from education to effective integration. It would therefore be important, said the director, to accompany the young people graduating from these universities to better enter the job market through the guidelines and services offered to them.
In his official inauguration speech, the representative of the Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Dialogue, the Director General of the Administration Mr. Mahamat Moussa praised this initiative which, in his opinion, comes, he concluded, at the right time to solve the problems of young graduates.
This orientation week provides guidance, counselling and tools for students and future job seekers to be more competitive in the job market.