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The world's future rests in the hands of youth. Driven by the universal imperative to empower youth with the right environment and ideals, WCF has initiated programs targeted at enhancing the lives of high school students.
Youths from less-privileged backgrounds often fail to get employment due to their lack of relevant job-skills.
To provide industry-relevant training and bridge the skills gap, WNS trainers offer intensive vocational training on courses relevant to the Business Process Management industry.
Students selected using pre-defined criteria gain domain knowledge that enhances their employment opportunities.
Till date, 50 students in Gurgaon, Pune and Chennai in India have been trained.
WCF offers training programs to South African youth through a non-profit organization and also implements many initiatives to upgrade their learning environment.
The Y4C leadership program implements upliftment projects for schools and communities with the support of Grade 11 youth from disadvantaged backgrounds. The youth develop leadership skills through their participation in the program. They can then enroll in the Y4C graduate program (job readiness and learnerships) resulting in full-time, meaningful employment with WNS.
Through this initiative, over 4,600 students from four schools have benefitted from various development projects, some of which have even received an initial capital investment from WNS.
This is a leadership program aimed at developing the capacities of students through experiential learning.
It helps boost children's confidence and enhances their leadership, decision-making and problem-solving skills as they prepare for the next stage of their lives.
Over 200 children from four schools have benefitted from this program.
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