FG begins recruitment of 500,000 graduates- The Federal Government of Nigeria has promised to commerce in the recruitment of 500,000 unemployed graduates who would benefit from the N500 billion social investment Program of the All Progressives Congress, APC, led federal government.
We got confirmation of this information through a statement from the Office of the Vice President by his media aide, Mr. Laolu Akande said that the Buhari presidency will start taking applications online for positions in the 500,000 direct teacher jobs scheme, through an internet portal named npower.gov.ng.
We have been told that applications were expected to start coming in on June 12, as the portal would formally be launched on Saturday, June 11.
Young unemployed Nigerians are advised to visit the website and apply.
N-Power Teacher Corps Programmes
The N-Power Teacher Corps will engage and train 500,000 young unemployed graduates. It is a paid volunteering programme of a 2-year duration. The 500,000 graduates under the N-Power Corps programme will get computing devices that will contain information necessary for their specific engagement, as well as information for their continuous training and development. Participants will provide teaching, instructional, and advisory solutions in 4 key areas.
FG begins recruitment of 500,000 graduates-To register as a graduate for this scheme you MUST:
Be a citizen of Nigeria (must provide a valid ID)
Be between ages 18 – 40 years (must provide birth certificate)
Have completed the mandatory NYSC or exempted.
Be a holder of a degree equivalent (e.g. BSc, BEng, BA, HND etc.) certificate or higher qualification.
Have a recent passport type photo ready to be uploaded during online registration. Please note the size of image must not exceed 99kb.
Complete the online registration form.
Make available ALL original documents for sighting at the point of selection.
When applying for positions as a Graduate you must:
Be available to work at the chosen business and location.
Be willing to undertake a full 12-month placement; and
Be prepared to comply with the employers’ safety and employment practices.