Job Readiness Training is designed to strengthen students soft skills, introduce the students to technical aspects of clean energy and improve their employability. EnergyLab has partnered with Engineers Without Borders (EWB) to provide four-days of work-readiness training and Sevea to provide two days of technical training. EWB's professional trainers will focus on soft skill development such as self-knowledge, communication skills, time management skills, confidence, motivation, team work and more. Sevea's training will provide students with site visits and exposure to different clean energy technologies.
The shortlisted applicants will be matched according to their skills and interests with the best partner company. The duration of the internship is three months, with monthly mentoring session run by our soft skills training partner EWB. The interns will receive $100 allowance per month (full-time).
Interns who have finished their placements with the Clean Energy Internship Program will become part of the Engineers Without Borders alumni network. The EWB Alumni network is part of EWB's Professional Skills Development Program, and empowers candidates with valuable experiences to grow personally and professionally in the future. Alumni's will be able to participate in future trainings, events and competitions.