1000 Internships in Kenyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Early Learning and Primary Education 2022
When is the application deadline?
August 9, 2022
Tell me about the price:
The Department of Education has announced 1,000 job openings under the Digital Literacy Program (DLT). The interns will support digital learning in public schools across the country. Check out all the details below;
Specific duties and responsibilities will be:
Support e-Learning and content development in line with work schedules Provide classroom support and training of primary school teachers in the use of digital literacy equipment Support the implementation of the Digital Learning program Implement innovations to enable schools to use digital learning to improve. Provide support for safe, secure and ethical use of technology in learning Assist teachers by integrating ICT into teaching, learning and assessment Support school staff in the development and production of key school policies and procedures Provide frontline support and maintenance of ICT services in the schools
What kind of scholarship is this?
Who can apply?
For appointment, an applicant must possess:-
Graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Education with specialization in Information Communication Technology or a Bachelor’s degree in ICT from a recognized institution or its equivalent. Graduated in the last four years from the date of this advertisement Knowledge in Networks and Infrastructure, Application Development, Information Security and project management Ability to integrate ICT with e-learning and content development education. Skills required to conduct research and innovation in support of the digital literacy programme. Must be ready to be employed full-time at a Sub County Education Office.
HOW TO APPLY: All interested and eligible applicants MUST complete an online application form through this link; https://dlpinterns.education.go.keAll requests must be specific to a sub-province. The Ministry of Education is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to diversity and gender equality. Persons with disabilities (PWDs) are encouraged to apply. Investigation leads to automatic disqualification.
How many scholarships are given?
What is the benefit of a scholarship?
The interns receive a stipend at a rate as determined by the Public Service Commission.
Upon successful completion of the Internship Programme, the interns will receive a certificate.
How long does the program last?
Twelve (12) months- Non-renewable
How to apply for a scholarship?
Interested and qualified graduates are invited to submit their applications through the Commission’s job portal (link below) or psckjobs.go.ke no later than 9 August 2022.