NYSC – ‘Horrible Facilities; Great Experience’

When I contemplated composing this post, I was hunting down an approach to make it fascinating and furthermore conceivable which was why I thought of the title. Many people have seen, perused and heard diverse clashing stories about the NYSC program. This article does not plan to expose those stories but instead attempt to underscore Read more about NYSC – ‘Horrible Facilities; Great Experience’[…]

#LivinginDiaspora: The Case of Diversity and Identity

  Dr. E, a dentist in the United States, shares the struggles and issues faced with diversity and  finding identity whilst #LivingInDiaspora   So many things to talk about living in the diaspora! I will start by saying it’s been a blessing for me to experience life in the diaspora (as well as knowing life back Read more about #LivinginDiaspora: The Case of Diversity and Identity[…]

Nigerian-British Forum – Mind of an Entrepreneur/Youth Inauguration

  The Nigerian Networking Community was invited by the Nigerian-British Business Forum to their ‘Mind of an Entrepreneur Seminar‘ that took place on Friday the 17th of March. The event also marked the inauguration of the Nigerian-British Business Forum Youth Committee. Successful Nigerians from various backgrounds provided inspiration and advice to the young entrepreneurs.   Read more about Nigerian-British Forum – Mind of an Entrepreneur/Youth Inauguration[…]

#LivingInDiaspora – My UK Experience

  Aderogba Williams was a banker at a leading national bank in Nigeria before taking the decision to leave to study for a Masters in the UK. Rogba shares his experience on how he adjusted with living in diaspora. Moving to the UK. for my Master’s degree was not an easy one for me because Read more about #LivingInDiaspora – My UK Experience[…]

The Foreign Trained Student Guide: Surviving NYSC

  The purpose of this post is to provide necessary information pertaining to NYSC for those folks that schooled abroad. Step 1 – Keep in mind, NYSC mobilizes graduates 3 times a year. The first – Batch A is around March, Batch B in June and Batch C in November. Registration close for foreign trained Read more about The Foreign Trained Student Guide: Surviving NYSC[…]

Reading University Nigerian Student Society in Collaboration With NNC

  February 23rd, the Nigerian Networking Community collaborated with Reading University Nigerian Student Society for their Careers and Networking Event. The event informed students about career options and employers, provided inspiration and encouragement and at the end, created meaningful relationships for the students.     Invited speakers included: Sheun David-Onamusi – Personal Leadership coach and Serial Read more about Reading University Nigerian Student Society in Collaboration With NNC[…]

Social Media Officer – Volunteer

  Responsibilities Responsible for increasing the Community’s social media presence. Devise, plan and manage the Community’s social strategy and create campaigns to promote the work of the Nigerian Networking Community. Responsible for connecting and interacting the Community with its followers through various methods including shares, posts, likes and follows. Measure, analyse and report on all Read more about Social Media Officer – Volunteer[…]