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SAEP Says Farewell to WESSA Groen Sebenza Interns

Author Govan Crotz

SAEP held a farewell ceremony on Wednesday 15 March to celebrate the achievements of the exiting WESSA interns. The interns' time with the South African Education Project has come to an end after a two-year period during which they gained valuable workplace experience.



Presenting Results

Interns were requested to prepare presentations to show what they have accomplished during their tenure at the organisation. These presentations provided context on the importance of the work by the South African Education Project and the role interns played to achieve programmatic objectives. It was a pleasure to see how much these interns have contributed through the work they have done.


Demonstrating resilience and readiness

A great deal of flexibility was demonstrated by these interns who were often required to take on tasks with which they were not familiar. We are especially proud to see how these interns flourished in challenging circumstances and provided great results. The time at SAEP provided them with great experience to carry forward. We are happy to have hosted them and to have facilitated their personal and professional development in the field of work which they are passionately pursuing.


Thank you and Farewell

The South African Education Project management and staff would like to thank the WESSA interns for their time with the organisation. We wish them the best of luck in their future endeavours.


All the interns were presented with a Certificate of Service by their mentors in appreciation of their dedication and hard work.




MEDIA CONTACTS:


Mr. Shane Everts, Head of Communications and Fundraising, South African Education Project (SAEP) 082 537 8721, shane@saep.org


Technical Education-related queries: Mr. Donavan Fullard, Chief Executive Officer, South African Education Project (SAEP) donavan@saep.org


MORE ABOUT SAEP A multi-cohort programme promoting access and better education outcomes among children and young adolescents in marginalised communities. www.saep.org
















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