McOttley Holdings, one of the leading financial and real estate institutions in the country, has given a three-month hands on internship opportunity to ten students drawn from both the public and private universities across the country.
The aim of the internship was to provide the students with practical training related to their respective fields of study, and bridge the gap between industry and academia.
The Chief Executive Officer of the company, Mr. Kwesi Livingstone, said the company will continue to engage students as its way of supporting the efforts of universities to build the manpower base of the country.
‘Practical training for students is very important for us as a responsible company. When universities partner industry, it is then that students will be able to see how things they learn theoretically are done on the field,” Mr. Livingstone stated, adding that, the interns were assigned to work in the various subsidiaries of the McOttley Holdings which include McOttley Capital, McOttley Money Lending and McOttley Properties.
The students were drawn from the University of Ghana, Central University College, the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Pentecost University College, University of Professional Studies and Takoradi Polytechnic.
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