Few days ago, the management of the Nigerian Jubilee Fellowship Program (NJFP) matched selected fellows with corporate organisations according to their different fields of engagements.
In this article today, we will provide answers to three important questions that have been frequently asked by our readers.
1. How many follow have been matched in the first batch?
According to information shared by the management of NJFP, 2,183 Fellows have been assigned to 612 organizations in 36 States and the FCT.
2. When will the second batch be disclosed, specifically?
The management reported that the first batch’s onboarding and deployment are being completed. In 4 weeks, the second group will be revealed.
3. I haven’t been contacted by my Host Organisation, why?
You are advised to be patient if your Host Organization hasn’t gotten in touch with you yet! Reminders have been sent by NJFP Management to the Host Organizations who have not yet contacted their colleagues. Please know that they will get in touch with you when they are ready.
4. Why am I being asked to pay for placement?
The Nigeria Jubilee Fellows Programme has learned that some host organizations are asking fellows to pay a particular sum of money to “secure” placement possibilities, according to a public statement issued by the NJFP Management. Please be aware that there are never any fees associated with the Nigeria Jubilee Fellows Program’s application or work placement processes. Host organizations are not allowed to ask fellows who are matched to their organization for cash or unusual favors.
Acts of exploitation, solicitation, and deception are expressly condemned under the NJFP Guidelines, which set the standards for behavior for both host organizations and fellows. The NJFP Guidelines must be followed strictly, and both host organizations and fellows are strongly advised to do so. Failure to do so will result in delisting or disqualification from the program. Any host organization and fellows who are found to be violating the program’s established rules and ethos will be automatically delisted.
The NJFP Guidelines, which govern how host organizations and fellows should behave. condemns exploitation, solicitation, and deception in unequivocal terms. The NJFP Guidelines must be followed strictly, and both host organizations and fellows are strongly advised to do so. Failure to do so will result in delisting or disqualification from the program. Any host organization and fellows who are found to be violating the program’s established rules and ethos will be automatically delisted.
Please notify any host group that is requesting payment in exchange for work placement chances to send an email with any information to fellows firstname.lastname@example.org.
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