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Internship At Storymoja Festival (Careerpedia Edition) In Nakuru 28th & 29th May 2015


To provide an opportunity for 30 talented, energetic, dynamic and highly motivated ladies & gentlemen to centrally contribute to and learn from being part of a team that will put together the PREMIERE Storymoja Festival- Careerpedia edition in Nakuru.


Due to the massive and dynamic nature of the festival, the selected interns will have an opportunity to explore their talents and abilities in a unique, exciting and stimulating work environment.  They will be challenged to stretch their capabilities and gain experience. To add value to the process, the interns will undergo a carefully designed training programme aimed at enhancing various competencies.



Are you a creative mind who is discombobulated by the status quo in Kenya? Do the devastating statistics about the current state of literacy give you sleepless nights? Do you turn blue with rage when people laugh at this horrible joke: If you want to hide money from a Kenyan, hide it in a book? Do you desire to see a Kenya with a vibrant knowledge and creative economy? Then you need to be part of our team!


The key requirements for this position are: Commitment, Passion (we have a passionometer), Open-mindedness, Willingness to learn & Ability to make your hands very dirty.



4 months

February- Mid May — Online Training (10–20 hours/week)

27th – 29th May 2015 — Full time

30th May to 3rd June 2015 — Review and Close (online)

3 face to face meetings – Last Saturday of February, March & April



Internship is on a voluntary basis, and NO payment is provided. However, working tools and meals will be provided during the festival.



Kindly fill in your details in the form below and attach your updated CV as well as a current and high resolution (200+ pixels) profile photo in the links provided.


Deadline: 15th January 2015
Go to Application Page



PO Box 264-00606,

Sarit Centre, Nairobi.

Tel: +254 733 838 161




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