Nigeria’s BluDive Technologies Ltd.,a systems integration firm in Nigeria, has launched ,a Graduate Internship Programme, offering young graduates an opportunity to gain experience in the world of technology.
The 3-month programme will give the participants an unparalleled experience in the tech industry by providing them with the hands-on knowledge and skills needed to make a promising career out of the ever-evolving field.
Anaze Omananyi, BluDive’s Head of Human Resources and Administration, said that the internship programme was aimed at nurturing a new generation of IT-savvy young graduates to excel within top IT organisations in Nigeria, which reflects the company’s dedication to youth development.
“We’re about enabling brands to focus on their core work and maximize profit with minimal expenditure. Graduate Internship Programme helps us find innovative young graduates who share our values and can join us in deploying custom IT solutions to serve those brands,” she said.
According to BluDive which is one of Nigeria’s top IT firms, a stipend will be given to all participants in the internship programme and outstanding interns would be considered for job roles in the tech firm.
Abdul-Azeez Musa, the Chief Technical Officer at BluDive, expressed that the company believes that the Internship Programme would help young graduates hone their competencies, improving their career prospects, whether in BluDive or other top IT organisations in Nigeria.
“BluDive is focused on bridging Africa’s skills gap in IT systems integration. So, we’re excited to help this cohort of GIP interns acquire a strong foundation in advanced IT practice. Hopefully, it would go a long way in helping them define and pursue their IT specialisations with confidence.”
As one of Nigeria’s top IT firms, BluDive Technologies Limited partners with the likes of International Business Machines (IBM), RedHat, and Dell, to provide managed services, technical support, plus solution scoping and design, and others, to top-tier West African brands across finance, oil and gas, telecommunications, hospitality, imports and exports; and health care