A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between merojob and Life Project for Youth Nepal (LP4Y) to engage in a global partnership for the professional and entrepreneurship training programs designed and planned mutually to increase the employability of the excluded young women.
merojob will accompany LP4Y in their mission to assist in the professional and social integration of Young women's aged between 17 to 24, facing extreme poverty and exclusion by organizing and facilitating project that includes merojob company visit, immersion day on different departments of merojob, testimonies by its employees, mock interview sessions and resume training.
Mr. Bishnu Karki, Business Director at merojob noted that such collaborations have been the need for a long and hence, this initiation is to set an example as well as to motivate other major organizations of different industries to establish a culture that gives the inside scoop of corporate culture to youth.
Mr. Kakri shared how company visit could give youth first-hand experience about a profession and its career requirement and how youth can learn a lot through the meeting, engaging and interacting in the real-world scenarios
Furthermore, merojob will add value to LB4Y by coming up with different possible programs together for the benefit of Youths to help them find jobs and exploring employment options.