Bolt has launched its third annual #WomeninTech paid internship program, which will run concurrently in the following four African nations: Kenya, Ghana, Nigeria, and South Africa.
Selected participants in the program will get training, mentoring, and empowerment in a variety of disciplines, including operations, engineering, public policy, public relations, and marketing.
This year’s internship program, dubbed “The Bolt Outternship,” aims to encourage and enable young women to launch their careers in the tech sector.
In order to empower and motivate young women to explore job prospects in the tech industry, Bolt started its #WomeninTech initiative in 2021.
Participants will also be connected with Bolt leaders during the three-month program who will serve as mentors and coaches.
A limited number of twenty spots are available for young women in Kenya, Ghana, Nigeria, and South Africa to participate in this year’s internship program, “The Bolt Outternship,” for those who are interested in pursuing careers in the tech sector.
The three-month paid internship program is scheduled to run from June to August 2023.
Visit the website to apply or for additional information.
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