Mobile Web Ghana is offering smart young people internship opportunities to gain practical experience in their chosen fields. We have put together an exciting and educative package for all who would qualify for this internship program. The purpose of the internship is to strengthen the individual’s expertise in his/her chosen field and also to expose them to the experience of working in a corporate environment and in a team of like-minded people.

 

Specifically, we are looking for smart young people in the following fields:

  • Graphic Design & Software Development: The person must have the ability to write basic computer programming and have a working language in Content Management systems. He must be very creative to design fliers, publications, banners etc. He / She should have the ability to create concepts and develop them with or little supervision.
  • Sales and Marketing: The Sales and Marketing intern should be one who has a Marketing and sales background, creative, proactive, and intelligent to help market projects and sell training programs both on and offline. He must be a goal getter, result oriented, excellent interpersonal and communications skills.

 

Interested persons should send their CVs to mobilewebghana@gmail.com 

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Eli Sabblah

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