Who said some of our rappers don't give the youth employment opportunities? Not this guy.
Cassper has just announced that he'll be launching an internship programme for individuals who are interested in working at the Fill Up Moses Mabhida concert this December.
The rapper began these internship programmes as a means to help young people equip themselves with tangible skills across various event disciplines.
With the high rate of unemployment in the country, and jobs seeking people who already have skills and experience, such programmes are a great stepping stone.
This year's Internship Programme will unfortunately be open to Durban residents who are 18 years years old and above.
According to further information released by Cassper's P.R team, the application process will be done via interviews.
If you are interested in applying for this programme, you need only bring along your I.D and attend the interview sessions.
The following departments will be interviewing for interns: Operations, Talent Operations, Logistics, Accreditation, Hospitality & Catering, Merchandise, Marketing, PR and Sponsorship.
Below is the date for interviews.
These are just some of the few testimonials from people who had the opportunity to be interns at the Fill Up FNB concert. So go ahead and apply for these interviews, guys, don't let this Fill Up opportunity pass you by.
“Being part of the #FillUpFNB Internship groomed my work skills, it allowed me to be exposed to a fast pace working environment thus improving my ability to work under pressure. In addition to this, it also helped me improve my sales and customer service skills as I was working under the Merchandise team. Under the Merchandise team, I worked with large amounts of money so I learned the value of honesty. I also helped where I could in other departments which also contributed to improving my teamwork and communications skills," said Welile Mthembu.
“It was really amazing and I learned a lot from the team as a whole and the big event itself, it was a great experience and I would definitely do it again," said Karabo Marakalla
“Working on #FillUpFNB was an experience that I will never forget… in all honesty if you never done anything close to something like FillUp nothing can really prepare you for what the day of the event is like. There are no words to describe it really. It gets chaotic, extremely busy, constantly on your feet… Working in the hospitality team taught me how to keep my cool when under pressure and when other people panic. Am so grateful for the experience of being able to work on #FillUpFNB the lessons I gained from the day of event and the information sessions are lessons that were so informative and helpful in helping me figure out what to do and how to do it, regarding my career once I graduate," said Tsakani Maswa.
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