The strategy is to recruit and train 1000 of the City’s brightest young information technology (IT) minds to be part of the digital internship programme. The project supports the Gauteng infrastructure investment programme launched by the Premier focusing in the area of ICT and broadband.
The participants of the COJEDI programme will be equipped to technically service the needs of the Municipality’s smart city objectives.
- Youth between the ages of 18 and 35 – linked to Youth Employment Accord
- The majority of the participants should be black females from previously disadvantaged areas, mainly from the townships and other informal settlements in the City
- Unemployed graduates
- Persons with disabilities who have not been given opportunities of participating in the mainstream economy.
- NEET – (youth not in employment, education or training)
How to Apply
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