TechSpire is an information technology-focused, workforce development, and in-demand jobs career path nonprofit enterprise that encourages individuals—young and old—facing unemployment, the lack of technical skills and skill mixed match crisis to learn by doing.
At TechSpires, we focus on unemployed and unskilled young adults, college and high school students as well as single parents, especially young mothers, in developing regions, particularly
Africa, where many vocational institutions are not best placed to develop the innovative and technical skills of young people given the high rate of change in technology and the challenges for these institutions to keep pace.
The mission of TechSpires is to provide valuable and in-demand job and skill development training that help to advance the economic wellbeing of unemployed and unskilled young adults, college and high school students as well as single parents, especially young mothers, in developing regions, particularly Africa.
The vision of TechSpires is to encourage innovation, technology skills development, and professional growth amongst unemployed and unskilled young adults, college and high school students as well as single parents, especially young mothers, in developing regions, particularly Africa.
Our core-values are Accountability, Transparency, commitment, Customer-focused, Trust, Professionalism
We Bridge The Gap
We focus on creating solutions and bridging the gap between where you are and where you ought to be.
In Africa, youth and general unemployment have been a cause for serious concern for years, especially since youth unemployment is costing the African society—through the loss of talent and the costs of social supports in addition to the economic and political vulnerabilities, the lack of jobs poses to African countries in general.
At TechSpire, we recognize that jobless young people in Africa are more vulnerable to a range of challenges, including the ills already plaguing their communities: high rates of unemployment, poverty, unstable housing, substance abuse, and crime (as both victim and perpetrator). Many young people in Africa or those migrating from Africa into other regions of the world are also unable to compete in the global labor market due to the lack of existing or upcoming innovative and technological skills required and which are largely led by information technology.
Moreover, unemployment and the lack of skills are a crisis for young, low-income Africans from poverty-stricken backgrounds. The stark consequences of youth and general unemployment elevate the importance of innovative and technology-driven workforce development programming that provides good options for young people.
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