SAAYC Unemployed Youth Programme
The SAAYC implements a comprehensive Ictage Programme (computer programme) aimed at giving young people skills to use computer technology in everyday life to develop new social and economic opportunities for themselves, their families, and their communities.
Over and above the service-learning component, the recruited youth will undergo training in orientation to prepare them to engage with the programme for 6 months; life skills to help them cope with general challenges of life and assist them to plan for future activities by developing individual development plans (IDP) and; will be taken through work readiness and hassle content to prepare them for exiting the programme into sustainable opportunities.
• Not in Employment, Education and Training (NEET)
• They must be between the ages of 18 and 34
• They must have completed Grade 11, 12 and or a post matric qualification
• Persons with Disabilities are welcomed to apply
• A young person must have an interest in the service area that they will be participating in.(e.g. Sports and Recreation)
• Must be South African citizens
R371,01 weekly stipend (working 16 hours per week)
NUMBER OF POSITIONS AVAILABLE
- · Limpopo – 300
- · Gauteng – 590
- · Eastern Cape – 250
- · Kwa-Zulu Natal - 800
- · Mpumalanga – 260
- · North West – 100
- · Western Cape – 100
- · Free State – 500
- · Northern Cape – 100
HOW TO APPLY?
1. Pick an area you live in from the below list
2. Click on the link next to your area (you will be redirected to the SA Youth registration page if you are not registered.)
3. Register or login
4. After registering or logging in you should be redirected to the opportunity card
5. Follow instruction on the opportunity card and apply
Visit any NYDA center for assistance with registration.
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