Massive Recruitment of Graduates in Kenya (Interns)

About CFK:

Established in 2001,
Carolina for Kibera (CFK) works in partnership with communities to fight
extreme poverty through an innovative, community-based platform focused on long-term
youth leadership development and life-saving public health.

About the Program:

The Graduate Internship
Program is a one-year program designed to provide guided work experience and
professional development to fresh university graduates in various disciplines.

Location:

CFK Kenya offices in
Kibera, Nairobi and other Counties as the Organization may require from time to
time.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Bachelor’s degree (second Upper) in Project
    Management, Community Development, Public Health, Finance, Communication,
    Human Resource Management, Procurement, Law, Education, Entrepreneurship
    Development, Licensed Medical Practioner and related

  • Fresh graduate or must have graduated within the
    last one year from the date of the

  • Fresh graduates who are either beneficiaries of
    CFK’s programs or have experienced the impact of CFK’s initiatives.

  • Fresh graduates who are willing to commit their
    time, for an entire year, to work for

  • Fresh graduates who demonstrate desire and passion
    to work in informal and peri-urban settlements in

Reference codes for
application:

  • Primary Healthcare Program – CFK/PHP/2021

  • Adolescents & Young Women Program –
    CFK/AYWP/2021

  • Education & Livelihoods Program – CFK/ELP/2021

  • Research and Development – CFK/RD/2021

  • Communications – CFK/COMM/2021

  • Operations – CFK/OPS/2021

Program Structure:

 Successful trainees will
be paired with dedicated professional supervisors at the beginning of every
engagement for year-long guidance.

Application instructions:

Qualified applicants may
send a cover letter and CV indicating the program and reference code to 
[email protected] by 28th February
2021.Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

To learn more about
CFK’s history and programs, please visit: 
http://carolinaforkibera.org.

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