300 New Internships Opportunities at Learning Mind Africa

Learning Mind Africa

We are looking for interns to work in our Career Hub Project while they continue with their Studies in their respective Universities in Tanzania. They will be working online as well as in their respective Universities’ geographical locations.


This project is under non-profit organization of Learning Minds Africa based in Arusha. The organization builds skills and competencies for Children and Youth.
This Project is the response to the increasing Unemployment challenges among Graduates due to the following reasons:
The sectors that young people aspire to work in differ greatly from the jobs available. There is a disconnection between aspiration and opportunities available.
The future of work is changing which impact skills which are needed in Labour Market
Many graduates fail to translate what they have learned in class to solve the real-world problems. In the 21st Century it is not what you know that counts but how you use what you know to solve real world problems.
Many graduates lack key soft skills which are highly demanded in the job market
Limited access to Career development Services in the country among University Students
Career Hub Project focuses on building potential graduates to succeed in University, Work and Life. It provides Career Development services to University Students, Secondary Students and Primary school pupils.

Benefits of engaging in this Internship:
Build employ ability skills
Gain experience and increase marketability.
Professional networking.
Application of education and career exploration.
Working as Career Hub freelancer and generate Income while studying.

University students (First- and Second year bachelor’s degree).
Readiness to carry out given responsibilities and to apply what they learn.
Hard working.
Creative and Innovative
Lifelong learner

Students from the following Universities are eligible to Apply:
Arusha: Arusha Institute of Accountancy (AIA), Makumira Tumaini University, Tengeru Institute of Community Development.
Kilimanjaro: Moshi Co-operative University (MOCU), Mwenge Catholic University (MWECAU), Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College (KCMC).
Dodoma: University of Dodoma (UDOM), St. John University of Tanzania (SJUT), Institute of Rural Development Planning (IRDP)
Dar es salaam: University of Dar-es-salaam (UDSM), Muhimbili University of Allied Sciences (MUHAS), Institute of Finance Management (IFM), Mwalimu Nyerere Memorial University.
Morogoro: Mzumbe University, Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA).
Mwanza: St. Augustine University of Tanzania (SAUT).

Those interested in this opportunity they will be first joined in WhatsApp group and oriented about the project. Then they will submit their CV and write a short paper based on the orientation they have received which will be followed by Online interview. Selected candidates will sign the contract with Career Project Hub and start working on 1st August 2020.

You can join with the link forwarded with this Announcement or send your WhatsApp number to one of the following numbers so they can send you a link to join the group:

0689748484; 0762176027; 0752581521
Learning Minds Africa
P.o.Box 10572, Arusha
Website: www.learningmindsafrica.co.tz
Email: info@learningmindsafrica.co.tz

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  1. Thanks for the information, actualy is the good news especially to us youths and learners who will ask for a job after ending our studies,

  2. Hello.
    Good day! I am a second year student,just doing my bachelor degree in laws at Mzumbe University, Mbeya Campus.I am so curious to know if I’m allowed to apply for that internship.
    Hope to hear from you soon.
    Inocent C Ndeha
    Direct call 0718684289/0689866258

  3. Hello i am a second year student,just doing my bachelor degree in marketing at college of business education(CBE) Dar es salaam campus. I am so curious to know if I’m allowed to apply for that internship
    I hope to hear from you soon
    Karen Tesha

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