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Microsoft (The Interns4Afrika program)

 

Real Opportunity. Real Training. Real Experience

The Interns4Afrika program offers talented young people a unique experience with a dynamic and agile technology organization on the African continent. You will work for 6 months with a Microsoft partner on real projects, collaborating and learning from your colleagues. Whether you’re aspiring for a future in sales, marketing or technology, this is your chance to kick-start your future

To give you the best chance of success 4 weeks of your internship will be dedicated to developing world class business and technical skills. We'll support you to rapidly develop your capabilities through the (virtual) classroom and the great work you will do.The competition for a place on Interns 4Afrika is tough but if you are entrepreneurial with a passion for technology, are keen to continue learning and have a flexible can-do attitude we want to hear from you. Join us today, and help shape the Africa of tomorrow.

 

Follow your passion, choose your path...

If you are passionate about interacting directly with customers and being on the front line to bring the magic of software to customers and businesses, the Interns4Afrika sales path could be right for you. If you follow the sales path Microsoft, along with our partners will provide you with a dynamic tool kit to enable you to hone your sales craft and take your first steps to becoming a world-class sales professional.

Our partners have a diverse range of sales opportunities. Maybe you would like to be a Junior Account Manager, meeting potential clients and educating them on the benefits of Microsoft products. Or perhaps your passion for communication will see you leading on the development of sales materials to convert prospective customers as a Sales and Marketing Assistant. Or how about driving sales through participation in workshops, events and demos as a Retail Sales Specialist?

 

 

Interns FAQs document

 

Can I apply for the Interns4Afrika program?

You are eligible to apply for the Interns4Afrika program if:

 You are able to commit to completing a full-time internship for 6 months starting in

February 2016 (exact start date to be agreed with partner organization).

 You are currently in education or have you graduated from an Undergraduate or

Postgraduate course within the last 12 months.

 You have a BA/BSc in a business related, IT or marketing degree.

 You are based on the African continent and you have right to work in the country in which

you are currently located.

  1. What are the roles that I can apply for?

There are three intern paths within the Interns4Afrika program: sales, marketing and technical. If

you wish to become an Intern4Afrika we ask that you apply for one of these paths, depending on

where your passion and skills lie. More details on the paths are available here. If you are successful

in your application, you will be matched to great roles with Microsoft partners.

  1. How do I apply?

You can download the Interns4Afrika application form here. Please complete the form electronically

and email it to the Interns4Afrika team at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Please also include an up-todate

copy of your CV as an attachment to the email. Don’t forget to sell yourself on your application

form and CV as the competition for this internship is tough!

  1. When do I need to apply?

The application deadline will be posted on the portal.

  1. When will I hear back from you once I've applied?

Once you have completed your application form, you will be sent an email confirming it has been

successfully received. Once your application has been reviewed a second email will be sent advising

whether you have been shortlisted for the next stage of the application process. Please note emails

will be sent directly to your inbox (please check your junk mail too).

  1. Are Interns4Afrika paid?

All Interns4Afrika are paid a stipend, the amount of which is determined by the partner organization

that employs you. Stipends must meet all local employment obligations such as minimum wage

etc. When you are shortlisted for internship roles the stipend details of these roles will be made

available.

  1. How long will my internship last?

The initial period of the internship is a minimum of 6 months during which you will be expected to

work on a full-time basis.

  1. Do internships lead to permanent jobs?

After the 6-month internship period the partner organization may offer you a permanent position,

however there is no obligation for them to do so. A large proportion of our interns are offered a

position at the partner organization after their internship, and the majority of those that don't,

secure employment elsewhere as a result of the valuable work experience that their internship

provided. So work hard during your internship to make sure you get that offer for a permanent

role! This is your chance.

  1. Where are the internship locations?

Internships are available across the African continent. We will advise you of specific opportunities

if you are successfully shortlisted for the Interns4Afrika program.

  1. Do I need to speak English fluently?

English is the language we use to conduct business around the world, though you may also need

to be fluent in the local language(s) of the country(s) in which you work.

  1. What training will I receive?

During an on-boarding period of 4 weeks you will receive the latest Microsoft training (Microsoft

products and solutions) and practical business skills. During this intensive 4-week period 80% of

your time will be dedicated to training.

In addition, Microsoft will provide monthly training sessions, continuing your professional

development, enhancing their skills and ability to support the partner organization you are working

with. This ongoing training will require you to complete approximately three hours of self-study

per week and 2-3 hours of live courses each month.

  1. What happens if things change and I can no longer continue with the internship

You will be legally employed by the Microsoft partner organization for the internship period. Once

you have signed a contract employment with the partner organization you are required to fulfil the

legal obligations of that contract, including any notice period should you wish to leave.

  1. Where will I be based during the internship?

From the first day of the internship you will be based at the partner organization.

 

 

For more information please visit the site : https://www.microsoft.com/africa/4afrika/interns4afrika/

 

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