OLABISI ENTREPRENEUR PROJECT

The Trepmaker team composed of John Frykenberg, Sarah Philips and Raoul Pascual went to Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, Nigeria and held an Entrepreneur Project for 4 days. About 1,029 students filled the stadium and listened to steps on “How to Make a Job.”

The Vice Chancellor of the university made a formal welcome the Trep team.
The Vice Chancellor of the university made a formal welcome to the Trep team.

We thank all of our sponsors: The Rotary Foundation; Rotary Club of Altadena, Dist. 5300, USA; Rotary Club of Skovde-Billingen, Dist 2380, Sweden; Rotary Club if Sagamu-Central, Dist 9110. Also the International Foundation for Entrepreneuerial Education Training who is our cooperating organization. And of course we thank our host Olabisi Onabanjo University for their wholehearted support and generosity.

A quick shot at the 1,029 students.
An early shot at the auditorium. By the end of the day, 1,029 students would have attended the Job Making seminar.

The students are eager to start their business and we are using this website to allow them to share their concerns. If you are an Olabisi student and are interested in posting your ideas and comments, please email obalisi@trepmaker.com and ask for your access to the website.

Obalisi Students go on stage to be teamed up for their Business Plan making project.
Olabisi Students go on stage to be teamed up for their Business Plan making project.

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