Deadline: January 17th, 2021.
Partners West Africa Nigeria (PWAN) 2021 Second Political leadership and Mentorship Program for young Women
PWAN is receiving applications for its second political leadership and mentorship program for young women who are passionate about good governance and politics.
The Rule of Law and Empowerment Initiative is also known as Partners West Africa Nigeria (PWAN) are a non-governmental organization dedicated to enhancing citizens’ participation and improving security governance in Nigeria and West Africa broadly, which we achieve through our Rule of Law and Citizens Security Program Areas.
CRITERIA FOR SELECTION OF YOUNG WOMEN FOR POLITICAL LEADERSHIP BOOTCAMP
- Interested persons must be female Nigerians between the ages of 25years – 35 years.
- Must be passionate about good governance.
- Must be willing to complete the program (maximum of six months).
- Priority will be given to candidates who reside in Bauchi, Borno, Cross River, Edo, Enugu, Ekiti, Imo, Kebbi, Kwara, Niger, Ondo, and Zamfara states.
PWAN 2021 Second Political leadership and Mentorship Program Applications
- Interested candidates should kindly share a half-page expression of your top five (5) personal and career values. N/B this should be attached as a Microsoft word document and sent via email to [email protected] CC [email protected] and [email protected]
- Interested persons should also record and send via direct message, a one-minute video clip introducing themselves and expressing interest in the program on either Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. Self-introduction must include the person’s name, age, occupation/position, and State of origin/residence/constituency. The video clip should be sent directly to our social media handles – @partnersnigeria on Instagram/Twitter and Partner West Africa – Nigeria on Facebook.
- All applications should be sent on or before January 17th, 2021.
- *Applicants should have an interest in politics and governance. Registration as a member of a political party is an advantage but not compulsory.*