EnterpriseNGR launches 3rd YoE internship scheme

EnterpriseNGR, an independent advocacy group, is set to launch the Cohort 3 of its Youth of Enterprise internship programme.

The YoE internship programme offers invaluable paid internship opportunities to young graduates between 18 and 26 years of age, over a six-month period. It commences with a three-week intensive online orientation course designed to equip the interns with robust employability skills required to succeed in the workplace.

Chief Executive Officer of EnterpriseNGR, Ms Obi Ibekwe, said the core vision of the organisation is to empower and upskill the Nigerian youth demography. 

She said: “We are thrilled to flag off the third cohort of the YoE Internship Programme, as we continue our mission of empowering Nigerian youth. The programme is the flagship initiative of EnterpriseNGR and our commitment to nurturing the next generation of workplace talent.

“By connecting talented young people with prestigious organisations such as PricewaterhouseCoopers, Access Bank, Aluko & Oyebode, Chapel Hill Denham, Coronation Merchant Bank, FBNQuest Merchant Bank, FMDQ Group, Templars, The Nigerian Exchange Group, Meristem and others, we aim to drive economic growth, reduce unemployment, and foster a prosperous future for our country.”

According to the CEO, the programme is committed to bridging the gap between talented young individuals and reputable organisations, offering a platform for growth and development.

The YoE internship, she added, is now accepting applications from aspiring youth across the 36 states of Nigeria. “It welcomes ambitious individuals, who meet the requirements to apply and join the organisation on this transformative journey.”

To register and submit applications, interested candidates can visit www.enterprisengr.com/yoe or connect via social media platforms, including Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn @EnterpriseNGR or @YouthofEnterprise.

“The internship programme welcomes applications from all eligible Nigerian young graduates, ensuring inclusivity and accommodating a broad range of talents, interests and career aspirations,” she noted. 

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