- The Moniepoint Women in Tech Internship, aimed at ensuring that young women in Africa have access to build a career in technology, is now 5 women will be selected to join the company in various roles, getting mentorship and the opportunity to join the company full-time.
Moniepoint Inc (formerly known as TeamApt Inc) today announces the launch of the 3rd year of its Women-In-Tech Internship.
The 6-month long internship, is aimed at ensuring that young African women have access to build a career in technology.
Five women will be accepted via the internship to join Moniepoint in 4 roles; System Administration, Quality Assurance, Frontend engineering and Product management.
The internship, currently in its third year, has seen women join the company in full-time roles after the mentorship period.
Each woman will receive direct mentorship during the internship. Other perks include; a salary, work tools, merch, the opportunity to work on live projects during the course of the internship and an offer of full-time employment depending on assessment after the internship.
The internship is open to women across Africa who are interested in starting a career intechnology. Applications for the internship open up on International Women’s day, March8th, and will remain open for a week. Applicants will be contacted after an initial review for avirtualrecruitmentprocess.
Applications can be submitted on the internship’s website.
Moniepoint is a leading business banking platform, and is currently the partner of choice for over 600,000 businesses of all sizes.
It is helping to digitise the local economy across the continent, activating a POS terminal every 30 seconds for its merchants in Nigeria to provide them with equal access to the tools they need to be successful.
Chinaza Nduka-Dike, Moniepoint’s Inc. Head of People Operations, said: “The internship program started as an opportunity to open a direct path for women to explore the kind of groundbreaking work we do at Moniepoint. In the time since then, we’ve had women come on to do incredible work, and we’re proud of the progress they’ve been able to make. We’re looking forward to more women joining us this year”.