GCRA EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME

Date: Jun 4, 2013 | News


The Gauteng City Region Academy, under the auspices of the Department of Education is responsible for the coordination, implementation and management of skills development interventions for unemployed youth in the province that include Internship programmes as part of Government’s strategy to alleviate poverty and create job opportunities.​​
The Academy calls on all final year educational psychology Students and Graduates to apply for the GCRA EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY INTERNSHIP.
DUTIES
The applicants will be placed in the Department of Education to provide for amongst others, Career Counselling in schools and to assist in the administration of psychological assessments. They will also provide support to the schools based career practitioners’ and LO teachers.
DURATION
12 month duration, 2 to 3 days contact time per week can be arranged flexibly over the year period
RATE
R5000 per month for 12 month contract renewable
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION
Application closes on 12 June 2013. (The Academy reserves the right to not to proceed with the appointments).
SUBMISSION
Application can be delivered by hand or emailed to Ms Boitumelo Mashabela , at GCRA 17 diagonal street , Old JSE building , 5th Floor. E-mail address Boitumelo.mashabela@gauteng.gov.za with your CV and academic record or qualification.
ENQUIRIES
Ms Boitumelo Mashabela (011) 556 – 9098
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