Applications to KCB’s 2jiajiri vocational training scholarship program are now open

KCB Group CEO & MD Joshua Oigara at the 2jiajiri launch in March 2016
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The KCB Foundation 2jiajiri Program has announced a call out for applications for youth interested in getting scholarships to pursue vocational disciplines. The program will offer financial aid to those seeking training in the areas of; agribusiness, automotive engineering, beauty & personal care, building & construction, and  domestic services.

2jiajiri has also partnered with German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) to provide another scholarship opportunity under the Skills and Enterprise Development project. This scholarship program is open to those seeking training in the agricultural and construction sector only.

2jiajiri is a youth empowerment program whose aim is to provide the youth with the skills and support either through mentorship or financial aid to start their own businesses or provide necessary training to help them seek employment.

You can download the application form here. Alternatively, you can visit selected branches to pick up a physical copy of the form.

After submitting your application, interviews will be conducted across the country from 5th to 10th March after which the successful applicants will commence studies running between three to six months at the respective institutions from 19th March 2018.

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