January 25, 2012

DARC’s 2012 Youth Employability Program

Complete Cycle Program (CCP)

To address the problem of youth unemployment in Nigeria, Development Alternatives and Resource Center (DARC) has designed a program to help young graduates skill-up to make them more attractive to employers of labor; the premise being that Nigerian university graduates have relatively little job related skills and are ill-prepared for the job market.  

Development Alternatives and Resource Center (DARC) is organizing a Complete Cycle Program, an Employability program designed by DARC and Clinton Associates (UK) to increase the employability of Nigerian graduates by exposing them to the requirements and challenges of the job market.

The program will be developed to give a selected number of graduates an understanding of themselves, an insight into their capabilities and areas of strength, and an understanding of the requirements of the work environment. It will also give them an opportunity to meet with employers of labor and to be mentored by individuals with a track record of achievement in the work environment.

Eligibility Criteria
Must be a Nigerian 
Must be a university graduate with minimum of 2.2 (second class lower division) 
Must have completed the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) 
Must be between the age of 22 – 28 years
Must possess good communication skills 
Must have basic computer knowledge

Interested youths should apply by completing the application form below and submit with their CV to (submission deadline is February 16, 2012).
Only those whose applications meet the required criteria will be further contacted.

Click here to download the application form
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