Submit your application to be a Host Organization

About the Programme

Launched 31st of August 2021, the Nigeria Jubilee Fellows Programme (NJFP) is a youth empowerment partnership initiative between the Federal Government of Nigeria and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The programme seeks to connect talented graduates with local job opportunities that apply their expertise while equipping them with world-class practical knowledge and relevant skills.

Benefits to Host Organizations

  1. Access to a diverse pool of qualified candidates
  2. ZERO accrued recruitment cost- NJFP will pay a monthly salary of N100,000 to the fellows for the entire 12-month period.
  3. Increased positive brand perception through your commitment to embracing the CSR aimed at reducing unemployment
  4. Induction into the NJFP network of national and regional private and public sector entities
  5. Opportunity to be a part of a national platform and lend your voice to relevant industry public policy issues.

No restrictions- There’s a place for everyone

The programme targets a broad range of sectors, including the start-up economy, innovation and creative industries, the digital and technology sector, the green economy sector, financial services, and more, across all 36 states of Nigeria.

The Nigeria Jubilee Fellows Programme does not charge a fee at any stage of the application or work placement process. The NJFP wishes to warn applicants about any fraudulent activities being perpetrated purportedly in the name of the NJFP, and/or its officials, and strongly recommend applicants to exercise caution and report any suspected fraudulent activities to local law enforcement authorities for appropriate action.

To be an eligible host organization, you must

  1. Provision up-to-date regulatory documentation including -
    • CAC Certificate of Registration
  2. Provision of the official letter of interest detailing a clear understanding of the objectives of the NJFP and commitment to supporting the program by accepting fellow placements.
  3. Provision of explicit descriptions of available role requirements.
  4. Agreement to provide mentorship support to fellows through dedicated sessions with existing experienced professionals within their organizations.
  5. Agreement to abide by the program's guidelines and to sign a code of conduct.
  6. Have non-discrimination policies on gender, ethnicity, religion and disability status, as well as policies against sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse (PSHEA).
  7. Have no criminal records, conviction, or affiliation with proscribed organisations ie, terrorists, drug traffickers, illicit trade, or child labour.