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14 March 2016



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Nabeela Sofola and Funmilola Okeowo

FLEE is an internship program designed to provide exemplary primary school students in Discovery House Montessori School in Lekki, Lagos with the opportunity to develop their finance and management knowledge through an exposure to real-world office environments. The programme runs for a week. Templars has subscribed to FLEE as part of our drive to influence the development of talents in our environment.

The program offers its young interns learning opportunity via simple, practical work experience, and provides interns with the opportunity to develop interpersonal skills through interacting with adults in a professional environment.

Our first set of interns – Nabeela Sofola, 10 years, and Funmilola Okeowo, 9, spent a week at Templars in March, 2016. Read about their experience in our blog post here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






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