The Patron for The Agricultural Student Career Guidance and Mentorship Bootcamp, Hon. Dr Zanetor Agyemang Rawlings have urged agricultural student and beginner agribusinesses to take advantage of opportunities from the bootcamp to learn from mentors, industry expect and past beneficiaries and others we have excelled in the agricultural sector to guide and help them succeed.

The six-day event currently on-going at the GNAT Hall, Under the theme “Accelerating Our Efforts in Enabling and Advancing Career Opportunities for Agri-Youth: Role of Public, Private, and Development Partners,” the bootcamp has served as a beacon for students seeking to explore diverse career paths within the agricultural sector. Over the past six years, it has provided a platform for Agric student and beginner agribusinesses to connect with mentors, industry experts, and past beneficiaries, equipping them with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in their chosen fields.

In her patron remarks, Hon. Zanetor Agyemang Rawlings  emphasized that agriculture has emerged as an increasingly profitable and lucrative industry in recent years, driven by advancements in technology, evolving consumer demands, and the growing global population she  urged the campers to take advantage of every opportunity the bootcamp has to offer by learning from mentors ,industry experts and individauls who have excelled in the agricultural sector and also capitalize on the networking opportunities the bootcamp offers

Additionally, Dr. Zanetor Agyemang Rawlings extended her commendations to Agrihouse Foundation for their unwavering commitment to introducing impactful intervention initiatives aimed at bolstering the agricultural sector. She lauded the foundation’s dedication to nurturing youth talent within the agricultural sphere and providing them with the requisite skills to catalyze the sector’s growth.

For her part, the Executive Director of Agrihouse foundation, Alberta Nana Akyaa Akosa, reiterated the organization’s commitment to empowering youth in agriculture. She highlighted the past success of the program and emphasized the foundation’s dedication to ensuring more young individuals venture into the agriculture sector. Through ongoing initiatives, the foundation aims to create a sustainable and thriving agricultural ecosystem for future generations, she also expressed her profound gratitude to Hon Zanetor Agyemang -Rawlings for consistently supporting the agricultural student career guidance and mentorship bootcamp initiative

This year’s bootcamp is being supported by ADB, Jobberman,Agricultural Manufacturing Group , Kofi Vinyo, Kofi Ansah (Ahodwo Farms),Holland Akokor, Lexvee Agro-processing and some of Agrihouse Foundation’s women in agribusiness beneficiaries including Mama Abigial Gyama, Janet Adade, Queen Gafaratu Enterprise, Ayden Ventures, Nanvee Natural Foods, Vinolia Wealth Foods, ZLB Enterprise, Bebefu ventures ,WEID ventures