Apply for UJ PPS 2021 Graduate Internship Development Programme

One of the major objectives of the University of Johannesburg (UJ) is to educate and equip students with work experience, as well as provide them with a recognised qualification. Graduate students are encouraged to take advantage of the opportunity to apply for PPS 2021 Graduate Internship Development Programme.

The internship will help them in their various companies in order to acquire working skills that will prepare them for lifelong work opportunities.

UJ, therefore, encourages its students to apply for available graduate internships for skills development.

Ambitious young professional talent who are looking for an opportunity to start the career journey in 2021 will be pleased to know that applications for the PPS Graduate Internship Development Programme are now open!

PPS 2021 Graduate Internship Development Programme

How to Apply

STEP 1: View the job opportunities posted on the PPS Group’s PNet page.

STEP 2: Once you have spotted a role you are interested in, log onto your profile (ensure that it is complete and updated with the latest information).

STEP 3: Apply for the desired role … and that’s it!

Successful candidates will be inducted to be part of the 12-month long programme which offers on-the-job training, professional and leadership development opportunities.

Follow the #WhyPPS campaign on the various PPS social media pages (FacebookLinkedInInstagram and Twitter) and see what some of our 2020 interns had to say about their experience on the programme.

About PPS Foundation

The PPS Foundation is a public benefit organisation that was founded in 2016 with the purpose of improving access to quality education, particularly in the higher education space.

  • Empower school leavers with the necessary financial assistance, skills, competencies and knowledge to help them access tertiary education and academic qualifications;
  • Enhance job-readiness and skills to ensure that students qualify as professionals, leading to them becoming self-sustaining and economically empowered professionals;
  • Offer bridging programmes, tools and mechanisms for beneficiaries transitioning from secondary to tertiary education, and from tertiary education to the workplace.

For more information on the PPS Foundation and its work, read the 2019 Annual Report.

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