Today YUVA participated in the Community Learning and Engagement (CLEn) and NGO Fair 2018 at the University of Technology, Mauritius to recruit students as Interns.
The Community Learning and Engagement (CLEn 1000) is a new and innovative credit-based mandatory component which has been introduced in The School of Business Management and Finance (SBMF) undergraduate programmes following the 2015 major review process.
The CLEn initiative strives in integrating community learning and social responsibility as a cornerstone of undergraduate education. It is a field-based initiative which aims at promoting civic engagement in community organizations among the undergraduate students who will have direct off-campus experience contributing to their intellectual, personal, and professional development.
Under this programme, undergraduate students in their first year of studies, will be required to support NGOs in their operations and perform one or more of the following activities for a period of at least 15 days:
- Report Writing.
- Communication (English and French).
- Administrative support to the NGO.
- Accounts Support.
- IT Related Support.
- Any other relevant task or activity mutually agreed upon by the student and the mentor.