Internship program enhancing skills

They aim to increase the number of intakes and develop their manpower through human resource development.

A Memorandum of Understanding was signed with the University of Papua New Guinea to create a student internship development pathway.

The Commission will relocate to a new office in April 2023 and increase the number of student trainees from two to four.

DICT farewells interns

Yesterday, the 14 interns were certified upon completing their intensive program with DICT since joining the Department in November of last year.

Students were from University of Papua New Guinea, University of Technology, University of Goroka and Divine Word University and had completed their undergraduate studies.

Acting Secretary for DICT, Flierl Shongol encouraged and acknowledged the interns for their contribution during their period of engagement. Other senior management staff also encouraged interns moving forward.

Journalism student interns with New Zealand media

The final year Bachelor of Communication Arts (Journalism) student, Pauline Mago-King of East New Britain Province is there from the 28th of June to 12th of July to gain knowledge on how to boost economic growth through the use of the media.

Pauline is passionate to learn the ‘know how’s’ of producing news worthy packages for radio and television although her strength lies in writing.