Launch of the Manx 2021 internship program – Energy FM

Fri 14 May 2021


The Ministry of Business has announced the launch of the Manx 2021 internship program.

It will provide short-term internship opportunities for students and those interested in seeking work experience in different industries and sectors of the Manxan economy.

The program, which was originally launched in 2020, was an initiative introduced directly as a result of the Economic Recovery Fund; trained to boost growth and protect jobs as part of the Isle of Man‘s financial response to the coronavirus.

The program, run by Business Isle of Man, an executive agency of the Department for Enterprise, provides salary support for interns equivalent to the current National Living Wage rate (which as of May 2021 was £ 10.19 per hour), for a maximum of 35 hours per week for private, public and third sector organizations, with internships lasting an average of eight weeks.

Organizations will be matched with interested individuals and students looking to gain real-world work experience and enhance their CVs, as well as those considering a career change.

To learn more about the Graduate Role Incentive, visit: https://www.iomdfenterprise.im/financial-support/funding/graduate-role-incentive/

Further information for individuals and companies and application forms to register for the 2021 internship program are available here: https://www.businessisleofman.com/initiatives/internships/


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