We are pleased to inform the YouWin applicants and general public that the YouWiN list of Successfully Shortlisted Candidates 2017-2018 has been released.
For all those who successfully applied for the YouWin connet program of the Federal Government of Nigeria which will aid the Nigerian youths and young entrepreneurs to grow their ideas and add to the development of the youth and Nigeria at large. The YouWin shortlist 2017/2018 is out check here.
In this article, we will be properly guide you on how to check for your name as well as how to proceed to the next stage of the YouWin Connect 2017 program.
The YouWin Connect program is a programme initiated by the federal authorities under the federal ministry of finance, which aims to promote entrepreneurship, empowerment, and job creation through business enterprise schooling, technical and consulting services for Nigerian youths of age18-40years.
Note- the YouWin Connect program started in the month of April, which the portal for registration was opened till on the 30th of August, 2017. And at the end of the registration, Youwin connect recorded a total number of 234,000 applicants who applied for the program.
YouWiN Connect Program beneficiaries were selected from the six Geo political zones across the federation which includes:
- North- East
- North- West
- North- Central
- South – East
- South – South
- South – West
All successful candidates of the first stage should endeavour to check their name on the list
How to check YouWiN Shortlisted Successful Candidates 2017-2018
Successful candidates will be notified via SMS and email address, also candidates are to visit- www.youwinconnect.org.ng to check their name making use of the follow the steps provided below
- Check list via www.youwinconnect.org.ng
- Look for your geo political zone in which you applied with during YouWiN online registration
- Download the 2017-2018 lists of YouWiN Shortlisted Successful Candidates of your zone.
- Gently search for your name
Important notices to all YouWin shortlisted candidates
Applicants must have post-secondary school qualification
Applicants must be between the ages of 18 and 40
Applicants must be Nigerians and resident in Nigeria
Applicants businesses must be domiciled in Nigeria
Applicants must be able to communicate effectively – speaking and writing – in English