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The State Information Technology Agency (SITA), in support of Government plans to develop skills, create sustainable employment and alleviate the plight of unemployment amongst South African youth, has implemented Internships as part of its Youth Development Programme.
This is a programme that is aimed at giving relevant skills and work experience to unemployed graduates and tertiary students who require in-service training/experiential learning as part of the academic requirement, thus enhancing their chances of getting permanent employment. The programme aims to bridge the gap between theory and practice by providing interns with an opportunity to practically apply knowledge acquired on the job.
Interns are placed in areas that are relevant to their field of study and work under supervision of a workplace mentor & coach for the full duration of the programme.
- South African unemployed graduates between ages 18-35.
- Preference will be given to IT graduates.
Duration of the programme:
- 12 months, unless stated otherwise by the institution of higher learning.
How to apply for the above programmes?
Invitations for application for all programmes will be advertised on print media nationwide, closing dates for applications will be specified on the adverts.
For any enquiries:
Contact Kearabetswe Mokoka at (012) 482 3285 or Fortune Galane (012) 482 2275 or Koos Kuhn (012) 482 2407.