Do you realize that the NJFP monthly stipend is greater than the sum of the NYSC and Npower allowances? We are happy to inform you if you do not already know.
All Fellows will receive a N100,000 monthly stipend from the Jubilee Fellows Programme, subject to meeting monthly goals, according to NJFP management.
The assessment test phase of the selection process, which will result in applicants becoming beneficiaries and receiving stipends, is currently underway.
Some of the applicants have finished their assessment test and are moving on to the NJFP Soft Skills program as their next stage. In addition to increasing your chances of getting hired, completing the program will provide you the employability and workplace ready skills you need to succeed in the company where you will be placed.
The NJFP is a program established to provide graduates from Nigeria with opportunities.
The Nigeria Jubilee Fellows Programme (NJFP), which will be introduced on August 31, 2021, is a cooperation program for youth empowerment between the Federal Government of Nigeria and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).
Fresh graduates with certificates from any discipline are eligible for the NJFP program. A bachelor’s degree must be earned with a minimum grade of Second Class Lower (2.2) or Upper Credit (3.00) for holders of an HND Certificate. You either have a certificate of exemption from the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) or have completed the required NYSC.
The NJFP beneficiaries would earn N100,000 monthly stipends, just as the NYSC and Npower Program beneficiaries who received N30,000 and N33,000 respectively.
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