Allan Gray Orbis Foundation offers mentorship to business minded matriculants

The Allan Gray Orbis Foundation Fellowship programme is offering hands-on training and mentorship for entrepreneurially minded matric students.

Selection manager at Allan Gray Orbis Foundation, Lungile Koti says using a percentage of the company's total turn over, they look for young people with potential to be entrepreneurs.

Applicants don't have to be entrepreneurs at the point of entry or when they make an application.

We look for those young people and develop them to become future entrepreneurs.

Lungile Koti, Selection manager at Allan Gray Orbis Foundation

Entrepreneurs are people who see problems in their society and look for solutions. So we looking people with evidence that they have solved some problems.

Lungile Koti, Selection manager at Allan Gray Orbis Foundation

The 2018 matriculants can start applying from now till May 11 and application forms are available on the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation website.

To hear the rest of the conversation with Lungile Koti, listen below:


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