PayHelpa, an avant-garde fintech company renowned for harnessing the potential of artificial general intelligence in facilitating seamless cross-border transactions, has introduced its highly anticipated Student Ambassador Program.
The inaugural event took place in Texas, USA, marking a momentous stride towards broadening prospects for Nigerian students pursuing education in the United States and Canada.
During the program’s launch, Ayodeji Adesola, co-founder of PayHelpa, emphasized the company’s unwavering commitment to nurturing the next generation of fintech trailblazers. Adesola highlighted the exclusivity and meticulous selection process for the program, which will admit a limited cohort of just 50 students.
“We believe that the fintech landscape has seen a revolutionary development with the emergence of PayHelpa. This student ambassador program is a testament to our dedication to nurturing exceptional talent and fostering a culture of financial inclusivity,” said Adesola at the launch.
“We firmly believe that the future of fintech rests in the hands of the brilliant minds of today’s students, and our Student Ambassador Program is designed to provide them with the knowledge, experience, and support they need to excel in this dynamic field.
“Interested candidates are encouraged to visit www.payhelpa.com/ambassadors to apply. Only 50 students will be admitted into the program at this time,” he stated.
Aspiring candidates are encouraged to submit their applications at www.payhelpa.com/ambassadors. Only a select group of 50 students will be admitted into the program during this phase.
Adesola also emphasized that the PayHelpa Student Ambassador Program aims to bridge the gap between theoretical academics and real-world fintech applications. The program will equip participants with essential skills vital for flourishing in the ever-evolving fintech sector.
Another key figure present at the launch, Emmanuel Olorunsheyi, PayHelpa’s co-founder, accentuated a distinctive aspect of the Student Ambassador Program. Olorunsheyi underscored the significant monthly stipend of $2,000 that will be extended to each chosen student ambassador.
Olorunsheyi elucidated, “We have made the entry process easy. The candidate must be residing in the USA or Canada, and must be a student and must also have access to WhatsApp to enable effective community management and communication. The stipend on the other hand recognizes the commitment and dedication required to excel in the program. With a monthly stipend of $2,000, we are helping to alleviate the financial burden that students often face during their academic journey.”
Olorunsheyi additionally articulated the company’s strategic focus on Nigeria, the United States, and Canada. This approach underscores PayHelpa’s commitment to simplifying cross-border payments for individuals and verified businesses. By extending this initiative to Nigerian students studying in North America, PayHelpa aims to bridge the gap between these regions and contribute to the evolution of a globally interconnected fintech ecosystem.
“As the fintech industry continues to evolve at an unprecedented pace, the PayHelpa Student Ambassador Program stands as a beacon of opportunity for aspiring fintech enthusiasts. The program not only offers a pathway to personal and professional growth but also solidifies PayHelpa’s position as a frontrunner in driving innovation, fostering inclusivity, and paving the way for a brighter future in the realm of financial technology,” he stated.