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GIS exits 100 interns in Ondo




One hundred unemployed graduates, who were engaged by the Federal Government through its Graduate Internship Scheme (GIS), have passed out of training into the job market after 12 months of intensive training.

The GIS Project Director, Dennis Chukwu, who addressed the last batch of 50 interns in Akure at the exit training recently, said the career development and entrepreneurship skills training was aimed at empowering
the youth.

According to him: “GIS has entered into special partnerships with governmental and non-governmental organisations to have graduates trained, mentored and supported.”

He listed the vocations as non-oil export trade, ICT, agriculture, community health, construction financial inclusion, media, fashion, hotel management, automobile amongst others.

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