On 10th April 2019, students of Lizzymic schools visit Whogohost on an excursion. The excursion was an initiative of Creation Base Ventures under the “One Child, One School Project” aimed to encourage reading in school children.
Whogohost was delighted to have the kids because we have always been an advocate of supporting the growth of students by introducing them into the world of business. This will help prepare them for the real world after they graduate. In this vein, we organize free web design training for university students and teach them its’ importance to businesses. So, you can imagine how excited we were to receive the students of Lizzymic schools.
The students who are between the ages of 12-15 years of age were introduced to some of our products. In very basic terms, we helped them understand what our business is about. At the end of the exciting lecture, the students were able to explain what a domain name and hosting is. They also understood the importance of these products to businesses and individuals.
We took them around the different departments that make up our company – The Operations, Growth, and Support/tech functions. They were introduced to what each of the Functions does on a daily basis. The students were very eager to learn and they asked questions.
At the end of the excursion, the students were able to easily relate to what domain and hosting means, use of Google and have a basic knowledge on how a company is run.
We will like to thank Creation Base Ventures and Lizzymic schools for the opportunity to impact the lives of these students positively. As kids grow older, it is important that they are exposed to real-life situations, businesses, etc. This will groom and prepare them for their advent into adulthood.
If you are reading this and you do not have a website for your business yet, you are not living in the 21st century. Take the first step into the digital world now by getting your business a domain name. You can visit www.whogohost.com to register one now!
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