ICT authority calling for 400 graduates in talent programme

GOVERNMENT through the ICT Authority has embarked on recruiting 400 ICT graduate trainees for the Presidential Digital Talent Programme as part of the government’s commitment to leverage ICT to enhance citizen service delivery.

This is the second intake after last year’s inaugural intake of 100 ICT interns who were trained and placed in private and public sector organisations.

The good news is that a number of them have clinched employment opportunities ahead of the graduation, which will be announced.

The programme goal is to train 400 interns every year, from 2016 using a mix of intense specialised training and work place attachments leading to the award of certificates after completion.

The programme is a private sector and government collaborative initiative to train ICT graduates to improve ICT management and enhance service delivery to mwananchi.

All applications will be done online at The application process will run for 14 days starting Sunday, February 28, 2016. The deadline for application is 14th March 2016.

For further enquiries, one can get in touch with Phyllis Nyambura on

For more information, visit

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