ALX Graduates Future Tech Leaders as New Cohort Joins AiCE Course

ALX, Africa’s leading tech career accelerator, announced the graduation ceremony for its AWS Cloud and Salesforce learners, recently. The company also welcomes its second cohort of learners to its esteemed AiCE (Artificial Intelligence Career Essentials) course.

This exercise shows ALX Nigeria’s dedication to align with the 3MTT goals of the federal government, as over 2,000 budding tech professionals skilled as Salesforce Solutions Architects and AWS Cloud Specialists graduated. In the same vein, the tech accelerator welcomed over 23,000 students from across the country to begin their journey as skilled tech professionals in Artificial Intelligence Career Essentials, which can be found alongside other tech courses such as data analytics and AWS cloud computing on their website, www.alxafrica.ng.

ALX Graduates Future Tech Leaders as New Cohort Joins AiCE Course
(L-R): Fellowship Experience Lead, Daniel Onimisi; Fellowship Operations, Silvia Adakpor; Learning Associate, Ridwan Adepegba; Hub Operations Manager, ALX Nigeria, Helen Eboagwu; Learning Specialist, Adedapo Adeniruju; Hub Operations Coordinator, Georgina Nwauko and Learner Community Experience Coordinator, Mercy Adewolu at the ALX Nigeria Karibu and Graduation Ceremony held in Lagos recently.

Speaking at the occasion, Ruby Igwe, the Country General Manager of ALX, emphasized the profound impact the organisation is making in producing world-class tech talents. Ruby stated, “ALX is dedicated to equipping learners with the skills required to drive innovation and economic growth in Nigeria. This we do for the development of Nigeria’s digital economy, and even for Africa at large.”

Ruby further reassured the graduates and new intakes about the brand’s dedication to sustaining a thriving community. “ALX is very honoured to be part of the journey of each learner and fellow, and we are here to support them in whatever phase they are in their development. ALX always has their back.”

ALX remains at the forefront of tech career acceleration, providing learners with access to innovative curricula, industry mentors, and hands-on experience.

The graduation ceremony and the commencement of the second AiCE cohort are indicative of ALX’s ongoing efforts to bridge the skills gap and empower individuals to succeed in the digital age.

For more information about the programs, please visit: www.alxafrica.ng

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