We help Undergrads and Recent Grads in Arts & Humanities figure out all the possibilities, opportunities that exist in the world for them to tap into.
Worried about career prospects after school? Disillusioned about your path and wondering about the worth of your B.A degree?
Perhaps you are a parent or guardian with concerns like:
Will my child(ren) get jobs with decent incomes? Will they be happy and successful?
Will they ever be able to move out of their parents’ basement and into a place of their own with a degree in Arts/Humanities?
Through a 4-weekend online cohort, undergrads and recent grads in the Arts & Humanities,
take classes with experienced Facilitators who grew from the same Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences background, complete structured exercises and receive guidance from these seasoned Experts.
Upon completion of the program, Cohorts are equipped with the knowledge, network, and know-how to successfully channel new career paths.
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With a B.A in Philosophy, Ifedayo has over the years grown as a business analyst and digital marketer by training.
She'll be teaching on the intersection of her Philosophy major and the work, ideas, and jobs she has done so far.
Ife brings her wealth of experience on working with nonprofits to run the day-to-day activities of Mentally Aware Nigeria Initiative as the Executive Director.
Her passion for mental health, gender equality and the education of the girlchild has put her on several discussion panels on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
A few decades later and with a degree in Psychology, Kenna Ranson spends her time building strategic plans for businesses and operationalizing them. She loves building products, process and teams, and is always thrilled to contribute these skills to organizations that appreciate it.
Modaland Arts For Africa, caters to both corporate and individual clients and has advised, directed and implemented projects for some of Africa's best local and also foreign art and entertainment organisations, including but not limited to: Qdance Center, Angel's and Muse, Revolving Art Incubator, DXA Music Publishing, Abuja Art Week, Arts Abroad, Ilèkùn Wa, Tate Modern- London and Prizm Art Fair.
He'll be teaching us on his journey into Academia and showing how to explore your interests & create an interesting, enjoyable career in Academia.
His interdisciplinary research explores areas such as cultural studies, social media in Africa, as well as online visual culture in Nigeria. James’s journal article “Akpos Don Come Again: Nigerian Cyberpop Hero as Trickster” won the 2017 Abioseh Porter Best Essay Award of the African Literature Association.
Dr. James Yeku is currently working on a book project on social media and popular culture.
He previously taught English at the University of Ibadan in Nigeria, as well as literature and composition at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada where he was a teacher-doctoral fellow in 2017. Currently, at KU, he teaches introductory courses on social media and popular culture as well as on African digital humanities.
She holds a BSc. in Economics from the University of Ibadan, and an MBA from Imperial College London. She is a Chartered Accountant and an associate of the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria. Taxation is a pain point for most individuals and companies, and Jeremi is committed to bringing simplicity to managing tax compliance and strategy issues.
Outside work, her interests are fitness, watching crime documentaries, mentoring young people and travelling.
Omajeremi will be teaching and sharing with us on growing within a specific industry. She'll be showing us how to build our careers vertically.
In the last 8 years, Gbemi has facilitated and helped build creative communities with global landscapes like The Feast Worldwide and 99U Local by Adobe. She has developed and executed Strategies and Communications for 10 companies and Startups focused on creating and maximising social impact in Africa.
From 2012 to 2016, she co-ran Kwirkly, an Advertising and Creative agency which won various international awards. She has also handled Creative Strategy, Communications, and Content for Multi-nationals, Fashion Brands, Financial Institutions and Technology Startups like Zazaii (formerly L’Espace/LPM), Jobberman, WhoGoHost, Interswitch, Stanbic Ibtc, Afro Pop TV, Slim Trader and Acumen Digital.
With a Bachelor's degree in Theatre Arts and a Master's degree in Media and Communications, Baruch is currently a big Hollywood junkie trying to get over his Advertising Stockholm Syndrome, but till then he intends to create magic however possible.
He is also a Human-centred design strategist and a creative problem solver, resourceful with strong organisational and communication skills. His contribution to organizational success so far in his career has been through the continuous improvement of his philosophy 'human-first' and this has translated through how he handles recruitment and identifies professionals and potential leaders.
Who we are
Arts & Humanities Lab is a media platform (a non-school school ;)) that imparts work-transition skills needed to enter into the job market and excel.
With extremely experienced Facilitators and resources from the real world, we are an Arts & Humanities Career Lab for Students, Undergrads, and Recent Grads - helping them map viable career paths.