EOH internship reaps rewards

The EOH 702 Job Challenge has benefited Mosima Mokoena, who started the programme in 2013 as an intern and it's changed her life.

In an interview with 702's John Robbie, she spoke highly of the skills she has developed since joining the organisation. She encouraged young people to seize the opportunities that present themselves through the initiative.

She now works full-time as an administrator for EOH's Industry Solution Vertical.

The initiative between 702, EOH and government appeals to CEOs and senior company executives to employ South Africa's youth to contribute towards skills development and alleviate unemployment.

Listen to the conversation below:

You are taken seriously. Contrary to popular belief that interns make coffee for everyone at the office. It's not like that.

Mosima Mokoena, EOH Administrator

Everybody just wants you to learn. By the end of the internship, there's so much that you've learned.

Mosima Mokoena, EOH Administrator
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