Searching for a job after NSS can be difficult. From finding jobs that you’re excited about, to getting in the right mindset for interviews and even putting together a CV that will let you get a callback. Each step during the process isn’t easy, and that’s why it’s easy to appreciate people who are doing all that they can to make candidates’ job search easier. If you’re applying for roles after NSS, these are some of the social media accounts that you need to follow to help you land that first role.
1. JobTube Ghana On Twitter
JobTube Ghana (@espioj) is an account that posts job vacancies daily. There are a lot of different roles advertised across industries with entry-level positions included. If you follow the account and turn on notifications for new tweets you will basically get job opportunities delivered to you right on your phone.
2. Africa Skills Hub (Twitter)
Africa Skills Hub (@AfricaSkillsHub) is an organization that aims to get job seekers ready for the working world by teaching them practical and essential skills that companies are looking for. The organization organizes various virtual and in-person training for youth who are done with their NSS and are looking to either land jobs or become entrepreneurs.
3. Circumspecte (Instagram)
Circumspecte (circumspecte_) is an account that focuses on teaching digital skills to youth who have just joined the job market. All the content on this account is tailored to job seekers, including video series on improving your CV and retable content for people who are going through periods of unemployment.
4. Propeled Scholar (Instagram)
PropelED (@propeledscholar) is an Instagram account that posts scholarship opportunities for undergrad students as well as postgraduate scholarship opportunities. Using the Instagram Live feature, the account also hosts people with experience studying abroad to share their tips and how they’ve gotten to the places that they are.
5. Acreaty Ghana (Instagram)
Acreaty Ghana (@acreaty_ghana) is the Instagram account of an HR company based in Ghana. The account often posts adverts for open positions that the company is trying to fill. Following the account and turning on notifications for their new posts is a great way to get job adverts delivered to your phone.
6. Role Model Africa (Instagram)
Role Model Africa (@rolemodelafrica) is a platform that adopts mentoring as a strategic tool to groom young Africans. That means all the tips, resources and guides that you’ll find on this page are coming from people more experienced who are trying to help you get your foot through the door too.