Latest News on Nigeria Jubilee Fellows Programme and Assessment for July 2022 can be accessed below.
In today’s latest Nigeria Jubilee Fellows Programme And Assessment training, Newsonline reports that NJFP has apologised to applicants for the technical challenges they have been facing regarding completing the Soft Skills training.
According to NJFP, “Please rest assured that our team is working hard to fix the bug, and you will receive another link to start the training on or before July 9”.
In line with this, you will have one week (from the day you receive the new link) to complete the training. Hence, the deadline will no longer be 48 hours but 7 days. This is to ensure you have ample time to complete the assessment successfully.
We understand that some of you have completed this training before the NJFP. You are still required to take the training again as a refresher. Please keep your inbox refreshed and be on standby for the new link. We thank you for your continued support!
Happy new month #NJFP!
We apologise for the technical challenges you have been facing regarding completing the Soft Skills training.
Please rest assured that our team is working hard to fix the bug, and you will receive another link to start the training on or before July 9 pic.twitter.com/171pg12KWp
— Nigeria Jubilee Fellows Programme (@NigeriaJFP) July 1, 2022
Newsonline reports that all NJFP Beneficiaries/Fellows will receive a monthly stipend of N100,000 paid by the Jubilee Fellows Programme subject to achieving planned results for each month, according NJFP management.
The selection process that will lead applicants to become beneficiaries and start receiving stipends is in the assessment test state at the moment.
Some of the Applicants have completed their assessment test and have moved on to the next step which is completing the NJFP Soft Skills training. Completing the training will not only boost your chances of making the cut but will also equip you with employability and workplace readiness skills that will enable you to thrive in the organization you will be placed in.
The NJFP is a program initiated to Empower Nigerian graduates with opportunities.
Launched 31st of August 2021, the Nigeria Jubilee Fellows Programme (NJFP) is a youth empowerment partnership initiative between the Federal Government of Nigeria and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
The NJFP program is meant for fresh graduates with Certificates from any discipline. Graduate with at least a Second Class Lower (2.2) for Bachelor’s Degree or Upper Credit (3.00) for HND Certificate holders. And have completed the mandatory National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) OR have a certificate of exemption from the NYSC.
Just like the benefits of the Npower Programme and NYSC which received N30,000 and #33,000 respectively, the NJFP beneficiaries will receive N100,000 monthly stipends.