Become a sponsor for the 2016 practicum

We invite your company to participate as a sponsor and engage with global business school students interested in having an impact in Africa.

Gold Package - $5,000

  • Opportunity for company representative to address participants during the event
  • Opportunity to participate in other ABSC events in 2016/17, including Speaker Series
  • Plus all benefits listed below

Silver Package - $3,000

  • Opportunity to serve on judging panel and evaluate participants' presentations
  • Company profile to be included in ABP program document
  • Company logo to appear on all ABP promotional and program documents
  • Access to resumes of ABP participants
  • Booth at career fair and representation on Africa Career Panel (to be held on the day prior to ABP)

Please contact us using the form below if you are interested in learning more about ABP 2016 sponsorship opportunities.

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2016 sponsors

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The Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) was launched by the President of the United States as a signature effort to invest in the next generation of African leaders. The YALI Regional Leadership Center East Africa is a 12-week leadership program targeting youth ages 18-35 and who live in 14 countries in East and Central Africa.  The program empowers youth via a hybrid learning model of in-person and virtual learning across three tracks of study: (1) Business and Entrepreneurship; (2) Civic Leadership; and (3) Public Management.  Funded by USAID and implemented by Deloitte, the Center is more than a location for learning or a venue for collaboration; it represents a philosophy, a forward-leaning culture of diversity that invites dreaming and thinking differently to define an realize one's potential.  For more information on the program and/or application dates, please visit www.yalieastafrica.org.

The Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale is the University's focal point for promoting teaching and research on all aspects of international affairs, societies, and cultures around the world. The MacMillan Center seeks to make understanding the world outside the borders of the United States, and the role of the United States in the world, an integral part of liberal education and professional training at the University.