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GIP 2018 Graduation Certification Ceremony

Prepping Young People for the Job Market through Internship


More than 200 young people have received certificates of completion for internship by the National Youth Commission with support from UNDP.
The Graduate Internship Programme (GIP) started in 2012, to provide productive working experience for young graduates.
“As I awaited meaningful engagements after graduation, the GIP has served as a useful conduit in salvaging that”, said Mohamed Lazzizo Sesay as he shared his internship journey during the certification ceremony.
“We can’t give you all the jobs you want”, but we have set the platform for you to explore your employability, NAYCOM’s Commissioner Ngolo Katta said.
Mr. Katta added that the Human Resource Management Office has developed internship guidelines which he said can further inform a comprehensive National Internship Policy.
UNDP’s Country Representative Dr. Samuel Doe said the GIP will remain a major component of the Youth Employment and Empowerment Programme. He said the programme will support 200 young people in the 2019 GIP.

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