Godphraim is the online source for news, opinion, fashion and style, education and technology, business and technology and jobs for all of lower and higher education graduate and professionals. Whether you’re a president, a graduate or an adjunct or a prominent person, business men and women, we’ve got what you need to thrive in your job, life or find a better one. We bring you, general news and events happenings, business news, information technology daily, weekly and monthly news and feature stories, provocative daily commentary, area for comment on every article, practical career columns, and a powerful suite of tools to help lower and higher education graduates, professionals, get jobs, improve on their experience and practice their skills.
Godphraim was conceived with few underlying principles:
1. Excellence: To publish accurate, thorough, and reliable information on information technology, fashion and style, business and education that will assist multinational, and small and medium scale enterprises to manage their challenges. Also to provide handy information on information technology training that will assist our unemployed youths to manage there challenges. We love seeing businesses start small, fund themselves with paying projects, and build up a strong integration. So that’s how we run Godphraim.
2. Accessibility: You don’t need an expense account any more to get the best news, information and career services. At Godphraim, we’ve eliminated or lowered barriers based on cost. All of our content are free. Job seekers can use virtually all of our content without paying a dime.
3. Community: If we’re doing our jobs well, everyone who works in or care about information technology, education and business, fashion and style, news and opinion should feel every day that this site is produced for them. This is the gathering for all of the many constituents and diverse experts and experience persons making up rich web of information technology, business, education, investment and finance, and fashion and style community.
At Godphraim, you’ll find no pecking orders of second class citizens. We invite you “no”; actively encourage you, to add your views to our mix. Comment on an article. Send article ideas or tips to our staff members. If you have a computer, a piece of paper and a stamp, you’ve got a voice here.
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