Ola Foundation, Nigeria

Our Program



Our 3-week internship program opens on August 1st, 2016 with an Orientation event; during this period, participants will be assigned to captains of industries across 7 industries. A stipend will be provided for participants - strictly on a needs basis - to cover the costs of commuting daily from their homes to their internship venues.

Selection Process

At Ola Foundation we recognize that there are different personality types, hence we have a flexible selection process aimed at ensuring that only those who can maximally benefit from the 3-week program are admitted into it. All prospective participants are to choose the field in which they are most interested in: Coding, Leather Works, Baking, Drawing/ Art Classes, Digital Marketing, Life Style Management.)


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Quick Facts

70 Million

70 Million Nigerians are currently unemployed according to a January 2015 report by McKinsey-that's over 50% of Nigeria's population and the unemployment figures are growing in uncomfortable proportions

TOP 20

According to Bloomberg business reports, by 2030 Nigeria is projected to be among the top 20 largest economies in the world.

95% Respondents

95% of respondents in our survey on the standard of education in Nigeria believe that the current standard of education in Nigeria cannot develop a child's natural abilities.

Address: Road 11, House 13, Ikota Villa Estate, Lagos, Nigeria | Phone: 0703 018 7800 | Email: contact@olafoundation.org