Agriculture, Environmental Science Graduate Opportunity
The Gauteng Provincial Government and the Gauteng Department of Agriculture and Rural Development in partnership with Tshepo 1 Million have exciting short-term work experience opportunities for over 1,400 young graduates in Gauteng.
Short-Term working opportunity Graduate Programme
Tshepo 1Million 2 Month farm-based, hands-on experiential work opportunity for graduates with [Degree/National diploma in Agricultural/ Environmental Sciences]
- A Degree or National Diploma in Agriculture/Environmental Sciences
- Must be the ages of 18-34 years
HOW TO APPLY
Amajuba District Municipality invites applications from qualifying persons to be appointed on a twenty-four months experience gaining programme.
JOSHCO invites suitably qualified graduates to apply for the following internship. The internship is aimed at providing graduates with an opportunity to gain practical work experience. Interns will be paid a monthly stipend.
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