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    Apply: Click-On Kaduna Data Science Fellowship

    Deadline: 20 May, 2022

    Natview Foundation for Technology Innovation (NFTI) has announced a call for applications for the 2022 Data Science Fellowship Programme in Kaduna State.

    The five-year programme is part of the Kaduna State’s data revolution plan aimed at strengthening the coordination in the collection and use of data for evidence-based decision-making.

    The programme is jointly implemented by the government of Kaduna State, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and NFTI.

    Benefits

    • Upgrade skills and develop a career in the most sought-after industry in the world
    • Work with a team of public policy experts, data analysts to contribute to development planning, public policy, and use of data for evidence-based decision-making in the health sector
    • Six months of paid internship programme with industry leaders and stakeholders within the health sector
    • Model data using Artificial Intelligence and machine learning tools within the Amina J. Mohammed SDGs Data Lab
    • Build a sustainable network within the data science ecosystem

    Eligibility

    • Except for exceptional cases, open to applicant between the ages of 18–35
    • Applicant’s residence must be in Kaduna State
    • Applicant must be a tertiary institution graduate in any of the STEM fields
    • Undergraduates within the STEM fields who are doing their six months to one-year internships can apply

    To apply and for more information, click here.

    Photo source: NFTI

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