AIN Corporate Challenges provide a unique transition for talented candidates from university to employment. AIN works with partners to structure challenges for youth to solve through this competition, by the end of which, partners offer the winning team internships and training.
AIN challenges aim to link young participants with the host corporates through presenting a problem that the corporation face within one of the main fields AIN focuses on which includes; Manufacturing, Health, Environment, Logistics and services. AIN corporate challenges allow a number of selected competing teams to present their creative solutions and ideas and the team who provides the most convincing and viable solutions wins a fully funded internship at the host corporation.
The Challenge is designed to allow corporations to crowd-source for solutions to industrial challenges using the AIN platform.
The challenge will help your organisation to:
- Realise its CSR in a worthwhile investment in motivating youth to generate creative solutions to industrial problems;
- Identify solutions that may help you save costs or even revise perspectives;
- Promote your activities during AINAC.
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Are you a fresh graduate or a final year university student who is interested in one of the following fields: Manufacturing, Health, Environment, Logistics and Services?
If yes, then AIN Corporate Challenges is the place to be!
The challenge offers you:
- An excellent opportunity to develop your problem solving skills
- Potential transition to employment through the internship provided to the winning team
- networking opportunity
The winning team will be awarded a fully funded internship at the host company.
The winner team is offered a fully funded internship at the sponsoring corporate. · The internship can enable the hosted team to enhance their skills and experience by contributing to the sponsor activities and implement their solutions.
Competitors who require financial support to attend AINAC can apply for travel and accommodation grant. This is available only for one person per team. The accommodation covers two nights in a shared room.