30 youth to advance their career through YCV’s Work Program

Lina Kalsong

Youth Challenge Vanuatu (YCV) is proud to announce that the Ready for Work Program (RfWP) is now open.

This is a six months program that begins with recruitment and selection of 30 successful participants. Selected participants will attend a 4-week training on Leadership and Life skills, Computer Training and Job seeking.

Upon completion of the trainings, participants will be placed to do work experience with host organization for eight weeks.

The work experience placement is an important part of the program. It gives participants a chance to experience work in a real work environment with various organizations including Private Sectors, Government Departments and Ministries, Non-Government Organizations and others.

YCV is seeking interested youth aged 18 -35 to participate in the RfWP starting from December 2018 to May 2019.

Application forms are available now at the Youth Challenge Vanuatu’s Office located opposite Au Bon Marche no 2, sharing the same building with the World Car Rental Number in Port Vila. You can call the office on 27834 for more information.

The RfWP is looking for motivated young people who are willing and committed to participate in the entire six months program and are looking for employment opportunities.

YCV has been operating in Vanuatu since 2001. The RfWP has been successfully implemented since 2009 with over 130 graduates now having full time jobs, part-time jobs, volunteering or further their studies with organizations and institutions in Vanuatu.

Lina Kalsong is one of the YCV Youth Member who is currently on a 6-month contract with the National Disaster Management Office (NDMO).

YCV also runs the Job website Wokikik www.wokikik.vu for updates on job vacancies in Vanuatu.

YCV would like to acknowledge the funding from Oxfam in Vanuatu, the Department of Foreign Affairs Australia (DFAT) and the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFAT) with all other YCV stakeholders that have supported its Youth programs.

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