National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) Internship Opportunities
The National Youth Development Agency is advertising 49 internship opportunities. No work experience is required for these internship positions.
The National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) invites unemployed graduates age between 18 and 35 seeking to gain practical work experience. NYDA internship programme is a strategic framework designed to address human capacity and transformation issues and aims to provide a steady pipeline of young, diverse, and talented future leaders.
Successful candidates will receive monthly stipend of R 8000.00 per month for the duration of 24 months
- Diploma or degree in Public Administration/Public Management/Office Management & Technology/Business Management/Law/BCom Law/ LLB/ Financial Management /Supply Chain /Human Resources/Marketing Management / Graphic Design/Communications /Internal Audit and Projects Management.
- No work experience required
Preference will be given to Persons with Disability and females.
Interested applicants are requested to forward covering letter stating preferred location of work and reference number, CV, certified qualifications, and ID copy.
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