January 30, 2016

Twim Academy Partners With National Directorate of Employment (NDE)

Twim Academy has now partnered with Nigeria’s National Directorate of Employment (NDE). The NDE, which is a Federal Government initiative, is the country’s  foremost agency for the creation of employment. Twim Academy’s partnership brings in much desired technical expertise especially in the stimulation of entrepreneurial initiatives and the use of low-barrier-to-entry skills to create self-employment. It […]

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June 23, 2015

Twim Academy Founder Becomes Y&Y Fellow

The Twim Academy Founder and CEO, Mr Olumide Adeleye, was recently selected as one of the 25 fellows for the second class of the Yunus and Youth Fellowship, a global fellowship supported by Nobel Peace Laureate Prof. Muhammad Yunus. “A Yunus&Youth Fellow is an exceptional, young social entrepreneur running a social business. They’re fearless and […]

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March 15, 2015

Twim Academy is a MasterCard Foundation / Ashoka Future Forward Winner!

Twim Academy was recently listed as one of the five winners of the MasterCard Foundation / Ashoka Changemakers Future Forward contest “Innovations for Youth Employment in Africa”. As such, the Twim Academy Director and CEO, Mr Olumide Adeleye was invited to participate at the Ashoka Globalizer Summit in South Africa. You can read the official […]

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March 15, 2015

The Twim Academy Story on Forbes.com!

The Twim Academy story recently got featured on Forbes.com! Titled “How to Launch a Company With $10”, the article narrates how Twim Academy founder, Olumide Adeleye began the business of impacting lives through training as a first year undergraduate with $10. You can read the story here

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November 19, 2014

MediaCamp 2014 is Here!

Do you desire a career in either photography or film making? If you do, you shouldn’t miss MediaCamp 2014 for anything in the world! Find out why after the cut.

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November 24, 2013

VFX Artists Protest in the US

I read this news and I was amused. In a nutshell, it tells that VFX artists in the US want to protest over the ‘importation’ of VFX services. It implies that services that should have been rendered by them are contracted elsewhere and it is the artists that are losing potential income. Don’t misunderstand me- […]

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