Pledge for education – raising funds for the IIG academic programme
IIG CLASS OF 2020
The “Class of 2020” Bokamoso Tribe (meaning Future) and Phakama Tribe (meaning Rise Up) includes 30+ dynamic young industry talent employed in insurance and ready to make a valuable difference in their sector.
Though the programme has been heavily impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic and limiting core opportunities such as networking, the tribes continue to rise to the challenges that they are faced with. In addition to their study programme, the class of 2020 delegates are tasked with raising funds for a worthy cause. This year they have chosen the IIG academic programme.
Their mission is to assist eradicate poverty thus #InsuringTomorrow by raising funds for the IIG academic programme which is run in partnership with GIFS (Graduate Institute of Financial Services/Sciences). The Insurance Academic Programme is a formal structured programme that runs for a 1 year period, with a curriculum aligned to the national certificate in short-term insurance (NQF 5).The programme is targeted to accommodate school leavers (or those with a NQF 4 qualification/Matric certificate) from previously disadvantaged backgrounds.
GIFS has proven to be a trailblazer in the transformation of education to create a better Africa for others to inherit and plays an integral role in moulding the minds of future generations of financial services game-changers by continuously evolving its education experience through innovation.
The Class of 2020 tribes need your pledge to reach its goal of contributing towards education.
The pledge process
By supporting the IIG academic programme you can contribute to the attraction and retention of new talent into the industry. Your contribution will enable students who may not have the means, a chance at having a qualification and an opportunity to gain employment
- It’s a simple as completing the below online pledge form.
- Once you have done this, a Class Of 2020 future leader will be in touch with you.
For any further information please contact the IIG office on firstname.lastname@example.org or 011 341 9483.