2015 Department of Agriculture Internship Programs in Limpopo
There are many internship opportunities in Limpopo Department of Agriculture in 2015. The program offers stipend R 4333.70/month. This is a special occasion that is held by the South African government. Internship placement will be given for 12 months. Here are the requirements for those who are interested in joining the internship program. First, you have a background studies related to agricultural technology for three years. Second, the required age is 18-35 years. Third, you do not have previous experience with the program provided by the government. Fourth, you are South African citizens. Fifth, it is preferred for Limpopo population. Sixth, you are ready to be placed in any province.
Seventh, for fresh graduates in 2015, you must include a letter of confirmation from the relevant educational institution. Eighth, Limpopo Department of Agriculture opens the opportunities for people with disabilities. It is recommended that you prepare for these requirements carefully to avoid disqualification. For successful applicants, you will get a placement contract for 12 months. It aims to provide a practical and relevant experience with public services. It will prepare you to enter the world of formal employment in the future. The stipend mentioned above is your fixed salary during the internship in this department.
You must immediately submit the application and fill in the Z83 form to the Limpopo Department of Agriculture’s office before the 13th of February 2015. Your application will not be accepted if it is more than 16:30. It must be equipped with the Curriculum Vitae and copies of official certificate of education. Send your application to Head Office at 7/69 Biccard Street, Temo Towers, Polokwane. For applicants who are accepted, you must comply with all policies and regulations provided by the Department. This opportunity is open to 85 applicants either bachelor or diploma. The positions offered include Animal Production, Animal Health, Plant Production, Agribusiness and others.
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