Massive Recruitment of Graduate Assistants (With Monthly Allowance) by the Ministry of Education

Republic of Kenya
Ministry of Education
Recruitment of Volunteer Graduate AssistantsCohort Four Under the G-United National Volunteer Programme
The Ministry of Education seeks to recruit a total of 1,300 young Kenyan graduates to join the fourth cohort of Kenya’s G-United National Volunteer Programme.
G-United is a national volunteer programme initiated by the Presidency ¡n 2014 and implemented by the Ministry of Education.

The program targets recent Kenyan university graduates aged 22 -30 years old to volunteer in 20 counties.
This year, 1,300 young Kenyans will be recruited to the programme.
They will undertake a week-long training which includes professional skills training, and subsequently be deployed to serve in selected counties.
G-United is looking for self-driven, hardworking and passionate Kenyan graduates to experience life in a new county and become a generation of leaders and change-makers. Volunteers become “education ambassadors” who provide remedial education support to young learners and contribute to the improvement of the quality of education in Kenya.
In addition to this, G-United volunteers are encouraged to initiate social community projects of their choice within the local communities, which helps improve the quality of living.
For their upkeep, volunteers receive a monthly KES 6,000 stipend, along with NHIF cover.
G-United has successfully deployed over 800 young graduates over the past 3 years to a total of 20 counties across Kenya.
THERE ARE NO APPLICATION FEES CHARGED to take part ¡n this recruitment process.
More information can be obtained on the website: www.g-united.or.ke
The application deadline is 16th February 2018.
H.S. ABDI
For: Principal Secretary

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