Media Aid founder challenges Liberian students to pursue multiple careers…

MediaAid Founder he Founder/Executive Director of MediaAid Foundation Titus Tokpah has challenged students throughout Liberia to begin to acquire many skills for a better life.

Tokpah believes acquiring multiple careers would make young people more marketable and have a better future.T

he MediaAid boss made the assertions Sunday, 10 January 2021 when he delivered a career lecture to recent graduates of the Hope International High School in Gardnersville, outside Monrovia.

A MediaAid Release quotes Tokpah as further cautioning the new graduates against despising what he called “small beginning” when pursuing a career.

He urged them to create ideas like Alibaba-Jac Ma, Microsoft-Bill Gates and Amazon-Jeff Blitzer, instead of seeking for jobs.

The career lecture helped to inspire the high school graduates, as they pursue diverse disciplines at various higher institutions of learning in the country.

Meanwhile, on behalf of MediaAid Foundation, Titus Tokpah announced a tuition waiver for one graduate to be nominated by the Hope International High School Alumni Association to study at the Peter Quaqua School of Journalism-PQSJ beginning next semester, March.

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