UPSA graduate, Terrick Torgbor selected for Sahara Group’s Graduate Trainee Program 2022

A former UPSA student, Terrick Nii Obodai Torgbor, has been selected into the Sahara Group 2022 Graduate Management Trainee (GMT) Program.

The program is a 9-month externship aimed at giving young graduates in Ghana an opportunity to make a difference in the oil and gas sector.

The maiden Sahara Group GMT program was opened to tertiary graduates from Ghana’s 16 regions.

Terrick, a former SRC President, earned a place in the programme after a rigorous selection process which saw about 2700 applications.

With a focus on Sahara’s downstream operations in Ghana, the GMT program will offer successful applicants an opportunity to “upgrade their unique skills and ensure exposure to top-level responsibility early in their careers,” said Yvette Selormey, Managing Director, Sahara Downstream in Ghana.

The 10-finalists for the 2022 GMT Program.

“Sahara Group is renowned for transforming young talent into global icons in the energy sector and this is a platform specially designed for every young graduate in Ghana seeking to learn and grow within a work culture that encourages and rewards excellence,” she said.

The graduate trainees, with various degrees in relevant disciplines, will be given a secure shot at kick-starting their careers with world-class training modules, mentorship, and self-driven goals, the leading energy and infrastructure conglomerate announced.

The programme, which has already started, is scheduled to end in April 2023.

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