Three graduates from the University of Papua New Guinea (UPNG) who were doing a three-month internship program with the Consultative Implementation and Monitoring Council (CIMC) were formally certified on Wednesday, March 23, 2022, marking the completion of their internship.
As part of its commitment to supporting the development of human resources in Papua New Guinea CIMC provides short-term internship training and practical experience opportunities to tertiary students.
Last year CIMC provided a three-month internship program for five young UPNG graduates from fields of study, (Law, Public Policy, Business, Social Science, and others).
During the course of the internship program, two of the graduates secured permanent jobs elsewhere while the three remained and successfully completed their internships.
Following the completion of their internship program, the three graduates have been offered full-time jobs with the CIMC secretariat, giving them the opportunity to further develop their careers and achieve their dreams.
The three graduates are Travis Robert with a bachelor’s degree in Business Management, Elizabeth Waiya with a law degree, and Koim Kumbmong with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Director of the Institute of National Affairs Mr. Paul Barker and CIMC Executive Officer Mrs. Wallis Yakam presented the certificates in a small ceremony hosted by the CIMC.


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