Professional Internship Program for Senior female students of Law and Shari Faculties of Herat, Balkh and Nangarhar Provinces of Afghanistan
The Professional Internship Program aims to provide senior female students from the Law and Sharia faculties in Herat, Balkh, and Nangarhar provinces of Afghanistan with practical work experience and support for their future career prospects. The program has a duration of one year and consists of two main components.
Pre-placement Training Program:
A total of 120 university female students will participate in the program. The students will receive three months of comprehensive pre-placement training. The training program is designed to enrich and develop the skills necessary for success in their internships. The training will focus on enhancing their professional capabilities, including legal knowledge, research skills, communication skills, and critical thinking abilities. The goal is to equip the students with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel during their internships.
Internship Placement and Employment Support:
Following the completion of the pre-placement training, the program will facilitate a four-month internship for each of the 120 female students. The internships will be arranged in Herat, Balkh, and Nangarhar provinces of Afghanistan, where the students will gain practical work experience. During the internships, the students will have the opportunity to apply their acquired skills and knowledge in real-life legal and Sharia contexts. The program will establish an effective system of employment, follow-up, and support for the interns. The aim is to assist the interns in finding permanent job opportunities immediately after their graduation. The program will provide guidance, mentorship, and networking opportunities to help the students transition from their internships to professional employment.
By implementing these components, the program seeks to bridge the gap between theoretical education and practical work experience for senior female students in the Law and Sharia faculties. The pre-placement training will prepare them for their internships, while the internships themselves will provide hands-on experience and exposure to the legal field. With the support of the program, the interns will be better equipped to secure permanent employment upon graduation, contributing to the empowerment and professional advancement of female students in Afghanistan.