Lagos State will attract 4,000 internship graduates who will pay 40,000 monthly.
As part of efforts to reduce unemployment in Lagos State, Governor Babajide Sanwo Olu has approved an internship program for 4,000 unemployed graduates in line with the current administration’s THEMATIC agenda and the state’s youth development program. …
Speaking recently on a program with reporters, Honorary Commissioner for Wealth and Jobs Creation Ms Yetunde Arobieke stated that the Graduate Internship Admission Program (GIPP) is designed to empower candidates to develop. the job opportunities and ready-to-go skills needed to get paid work.
He added that the internship program will touch the third and fourth pillars of the current administration’s agenda, namely Education and Technology and Transforming Lagos into a 21st Century Economy, while beneficiaries will receive a monthly salary of N 40,000. … for six months of internship.
Arobieke said that at the end of the internship period, the interns will gain valuable applied work experience, develop their professional skills and become familiar with possible business opportunities to strengthen their professional skills and interpersonal relationships.
The Commissioner therefore asked interested applicants to apply at the special program link: gipplasg.lagosstate .gov .ng, noting that interested applicants must have NYSC certifications or tax exemption letters and must be registered with the Lagos State Resident Registration Agency, LASRRA.
Reporting that more than 50 excluded people have expressed an interest in having interns work in their organizations, Arobieke said the selection process will be transparent as successful applicants, after taking an online test, will be trained in job placement skills for two weeks. and appreciated; thereafter, they will undertake a paid six-month internship in private organizations and government bodies, selected according to their qualifications.