Join us as a trainee
The internship program at the National Planning Institute aims to help university students from the third and fourth year to gain work experience in various departments, qualify them to cope with work challenges in many fields, and develop their abilities to compete in the labor market. The program was designed this year to involve university students in the various activities of the Institute, its centers, departments, and various departments.
The program also provides the "trainees" with the opportunity to work with a distinguished elite of professors and experts at the National Planning Institute, learn about different government plans, explore policies and programs that will develop students' ability to achieve sustainable development goals, contribute to the formulation of policies to achieve national development goals, and consult and institutional support. Preparing national and regional reports, implementation plans, and policy papers.
The National Planning Institute internship program is designed to attract highly qualified and motivated students from diverse scientific backgrounds to the Institute to work on projects of strategic directions for the government and to participate in national and international development projects. .
Conditions for applying for training:
The applicant must be enrolled in at least the third year in one of the universities (public / private / Community) approved by the Supreme Council of Universities.
The cumulative grade obtained by the student must be at least (good).
Familiarity with English, knowledge of other languages will be an added advantage.
Possess strong research and analytical skills.
Ability to work effectively in a team environment.
Documents required for submission:
A certificate of proof of enrollment from the college indicating the student's cumulative grade.
A copy of the national ID card.
A recent personal photo.
Curriculum vitae (indicating personal data).
Students who meet the requirements and wish to apply for the training must send the required documents
Through the following link
The minimum training period is one month, within 20 hours per week.