Thursday, July 18, 2024

TotalEnergies launches second edition of Wise+Junior project in Mozambique

TotalEnergies, a global energy company, is set to launch the second edition of its Wise +Junior project in Mozambique. The initiative aims to provide mentoring to final year university students, offering them valuable insights and experiences to prepare them for their future careers.

The project, which will be based in Maputo and Cabo-Delgado, will offer internships lasting between 6 months and 1 year. During this period, participants will have the opportunity to learn about various aspects of professional life, including teamwork, individual safety, market positioning and other essential skills for their fields.

One of the main aims of the Wise +Junior project is to bridge the gap between academic learning and its practical application in the workplace. By providing practical experience and mentoring, TotalEnergies aims to equip young talent with the tools they need to succeed in their careers.

The application process for the project is underway, offering an opportunity for motivated and ambitious students to apply their knowledge in a real working environment. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply and take advantage of this unique opportunity to kick-start their careers.

TotalEnergies has a strong presence in Mozambique and is dedicated to supporting the country’s economic and social development. Through initiatives such as Wise + Junior, the company aims to empower the next generation of leaders and professionals, fostering a skilled workforce for the future.

The Wise + Junior project represents TotalEnergies’ ongoing commitment to investing in Mozambique’s youth and building a sustainable future for the country. With a focus on mentoring and hands-on learning, the project is set to positively impact the careers of young people in Mozambique.

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