Thursday, June 9, 2016

Apply for N-Power programme, Federal Govt Job Creation Initiative

FG Commences Recruitment of 500,000 Unemployed Gradutes For Teaching Jobs Natiowide on june 12 as part of the N-Power programme

N-Power is a job creation and empowerment initiatives of the federal government of Nigeria under its social investment programme. N-Power will empower young Nigerians with life long skills and tools to make a difference in their live and communities.

Who can Apply for N-Power
N-Power is for all eligible Nigerians looking to work gainfully. The initial programmes have however been designed for young Nigerians between the ages of 18 and 35.

The N-Power programme was created to serve 3 goals:
1). To intervene and directly improve the livelihood of a critical mass of young unemployed Nigerians.
2). To develop a qualitative system for the transfer of employability, entrepreneurial and technical skills.
3). To create an ecosystem of solutions for ailing public services and government diversification policies.

The N-Power programme has 3 segments:
1). N-Power Teacher Corps, N-Power Teach on the portal, is one of the three direct job creation and training schemes for 500,000 teachers. Nigerians can start applying for from Sunday, June 12.

2). N-Power Knowledge which will train 25,000 Nigerians in the area of technology, and
3). N-Power Build, which train another 75,000 in the areas of building services, construction, utilities, hospitality and catering, automotive vocations, aluminium and gas services. All trainees would be paid for the duration of their training.

How to apply:
Interested applicants should go to: npower.gov.ng to apply.

Note: the Registration portal will be launched on 11 and Nigerians can start applying for from Sunday, June 12.

The other schemes in the Buhari presidency Social Investment Programmes which would soon be rolled out in the coming weeks. These include the Conditional Cash Transfer that pays N5000 monthly to one million Nigerians, the Micro-Credit Scheme for more than 1.5 million Nigerians, the Home Grown School Feeding programme that will serve 5.5 million Nigerian pupils in primary school a free hot meal per day this year and the Education support grant programme for 100,000 tertiary students in Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics, STEM and education.

2 comments:

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