Internship Program for Mazar and Jalalabad Universities’ female students
The Internship Program for Mazar and Jalalabad Universities’ female students aims to empower and support a total of 160 university female students in Mazar and Jalalabad provinces of Afghanistan within a one-year timeframe. The project includes the following components:
Women internship scheme: The project intends to implement a women internship scheme, providing internship opportunities for 160 female students from Mazar and Jalalabad Universities. These internships will enable the students to gain practical work experience in their respective fields of study, enhancing their skills and knowledge while preparing them for successful careers.
Pre-placement training program: Prior to commencing their internships, the project will conduct a three-month “pre-placement” training program for the participants. This program aims to enrich and develop the skills necessary for success during their internships. The training will focus on improving their professional competencies, communication skills, and industry-specific knowledge, ensuring they are well-equipped for their upcoming internships.
Employment system and support: The project aims to establish an effective system for employment follow-up and support for the 160 female interns. Throughout their three-month internship period, the project will provide guidance and assistance to ensure the interns receive appropriate supervision, mentorship, and resources. The objective is to enhance their practical experience and increase their chances of securing employment immediately after their graduation.
The overall goal of the project is to bridge the gap between academia and the job market for female students in Mazar and Jalalabad provinces. By offering internship opportunities, along with comprehensive pre-placement training and ongoing support, the project aims to empower these women, preparing them for successful careers and facilitating their transition into the workforce.