There is a positive relationship between participation in an Apprenticeship, Internship and Mentorship programme and employability.

The findings of our pilot study on Impact of Apprenticeship, Internship and Mentorship (Aim) Programmes on Employment of Young Women indicated that beneficiaries of apprenticeship and mentorship programs had higher chances of getting employed than those who went through internship programme, and that the level of education and membership to a professional organization were significant determinants of employment. According to the research, bachelor’s degree, Certificate and Diploma holders were more likely to get employed than those having a secondary school certificate. Similarly, membership to professional organisations enhanced chances of securing employment.


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