Glovo Launches Graduate Program for Young Kenyan Talent, How to Apply

On-demand delivery platform Glovo has launched an Africa Graduate Program targeting young talent in Kenya.

Known as Glovo Africa Graduate Program, Glovo says the initiative is designed to boost the potential of young Kenyan talent while extending to other countries in Africa, forging the leaders of tomorrow. It’is specifically tailored to recruit and develop the Kenyan and African promising talent into the industry.

The Glovo Graduate Program is a rigorous 1-year journey designed to provide a wealth of opportunities across various key sectors within the company. Participants will have the chance to explore roles in Operations, Quick-Commerce, Partners and Brands, Finance and Strategy, and Brand Marketing Services.

“We are passionate about unlocking the potential within our continent by investing in its most valuable asset – our youth. The Glovo Graduate Program is a testament to our commitment to nurturing the next generation of leaders in Africa.’’ The Head of People Africa at Glovo, Rasheeda Sedhosime, said.

‘’We believe that through this program, we can provide a platform for young talent to grow, learn, and contribute significantly to our dynamic industry,” Rasheeda added.

Eligibility for the program extends to individuals who possess a University Degree in any management, science, or social science discipline, coupled with 0 to 2 years of professional experience.

Selected candidates will benefit from a 12-month accelerated growth program that fast-tracks their professional development, personalized mentorship to guide them on their leadership journey and the opportunity for mobility and exposure across seven African countries, broadening their cultural and professional horizons.

They will also get a  chance to undertake diverse roles and gain multifaceted experiences across different departments as well as a combination of virtual and in-person training to enhance their skills and knowledge.

Interested candidates can apply here.

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