The event kicked off with a courtesy call to the Office of the Vice-Chancellor of LASU, Professor Olanrewaju Fagbohun where the Special Adviser reiterated the government’s commitment to the continuation of the ReadySetWork program as the template for providing a rounded learning experience for final year students as they make their way into the career would or choose the path of enterprise by running their own start-up businesses.

It was a trail-blazing event, lit with pomp and pageantry as the Lagos State University Ojo received the Special Adviser to the Governor on Education, Mr. Tokunbo Wahab on a sensitization program aimed at flagging off this year’s edition of the ReadySetWork program, an employability and entrepreneurship skills training program of The Office of the Special Adviser on Education targeted at final year students of Lagos State-owned tertiary institutions set up with the goal of equipping the students with market-facing knowledge and attitudinal skills.

LASU, LASPOTECH, College of Nursing, Igando, and Caleb University are the four tertiary institutions that have been selected for this year’s edition of ReadySetWork and 5000 students will participate in the program for a period of twelve weeks.

The program kicks off on Saturday the 23rd of November 2019.

A project from The Office of the Special Adviser on Education.