Graduate Internship Program At Dept of Enviromental Affairs

DEA or Dept of Environmental Affairs for 2016 invites young and talented generations of SA to participate their graduate internship program. DEA through its internship program promotes equality, it means that everyone, but those who already completed internship program, regardless their race and gender can apply as far as they can afford its requirements. A special treatment for suitable applicant with disabilities, they gain better chance, but only if they meet the criteria. What’s the benefit? Together with peculiar training related to the field that you pick, you will gain monthly allowance R54,000.00 per year.

Learnerships 2016

To apply DEA graduate internship that will be started on April 1st 2016, obtain first a three year Bachelors, Post Graduate Qualifications, or National Diploma as follows disciplines, they are; BSc Environmental Science, BSc Environmental engineering, National Diploma in BTech, or Degree in Environmental Management, BSc Hons Environmental Sciencep or Management, Bachelor of Laws, Degree, BTech, National Diploma for Nature Conservation, and plenty more. Note, the graduate internship opportunity at DEA is divided per region, and it is viable that each of them requires you with different qualifications. The same thing applies to where the application will be submitted.

A graduate internship program at DEA provides the opportunity only for those potential unemployed graduate within 18 to 35 years old. Let it alone, if you are considered as a suitable intern, you will be notified through correspondence within three months, but before that, download Z83 form and complete it together with other pivotal documents like academic results, and so on. You need also to tag along the reference number before you send your application to the Director- General/Private Bag X447/Pretoria 0001 or the Director-General/PO Box 52126/V&A Waterfront/Cape Town 0002 before the deadline on December 22nd 2015. Further questions, for Pretoria post, you can contact, Mr Mbongeni Mncube (012 399 8691) or if it is for Cape Town post, please dial 021 819 2518 (Ms Nozuko Grootboom)