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Fri, 15 Mar 2019 16:16 - Updated Fri, 15 Mar 2019 16:16

BP provides USD 580,000 for professional internship program

Luanda - At least 580,000 US dollars is the amount financed by British Petroleum (BP) Angola for the Professional and Community Internship Program for Young University Students of the NGO Development Workshop (DW), edition 2019.

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This investment will allow students greater access and better integration into the labor market, contributing to the development of human capital and the creation of job opportunities.

The funding for the current program lasts for two years and during this period it has planned to enroll about 200 graduate students.

The information was released Friday in Luanda by the director of the Department of Social Responsibility of British Petroleum (BP) Angola, Joyce José.

DW's professional and community internship program for young university graduates 2019 runs for six months.

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