The Pan African Job Centre has opened door for 250 African lecturers through employment.
The centre which is a brainchild of the Black Wall Street announced ambassadorial opportunities for this lecturers.
According to a statement by the BWS, the opportunity for university lecturers through Pan African Job Centres would add a $50,000 yearly salary to their current incomes as lecturers, including bonuses, incentives, and global media exposure.
The statement said the part-time job opportunity, which will make the lecturers work as consultants and ambassadors would take a minimum of 20 working hours per week.
According to BWS Founder, Charles Lambert, in order for Africa to measure the achievements of compassionate capitalism, jobs must be created for people across the various sectors of the economy.
He added that the Pan African Job Centre was poised to destroy the chains of unemployment.
He said, “We have designed this all-important Pan African Job Centres Ambassador opportunity for university lecturers because the movement is highly academic and unfortunately Africa is full of illiterates.”