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The 2 year Frontline Internship Program with Access Bank

The 2 year Frontline Internship Program

This is an exciting opportunity for fresh graduates who are passionate about people and are interested in exploring various career options or require work experience as a pre-requisite for an MBA programme with a leading international university. The frontline internship program offers on-the-job experience and classroom trainings that will significantly enhance the applicant’s customer service and people management

The 2 year Frontline Internship Program

This is an exciting opportunity for fresh graduates who are passionate about people and are interested in exploring various career options or require work experience as a pre-requisite for an MBA programme with a leading international university. The frontline internship program offers on-the-job experience and classroom trainings that will significantly enhance the applicant’s customer service and people management skills. On a quarterly basis, the applicant will be exposed to a minimum of 8 hours classroom training which is in addition to the on-the-job experience.

This programme is for you if you:

  • Have a Minimum of 2nd class lower degree from an accredited university
  • Are below the age of 24 as at the date of application
  • Have the legal right to work in Nigeria
  • Are willing to learn
  • Uncertain about your future
Apply here or visit accessbankplc.com for more information.

 

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