The Civil Service diversity internship programmes are now open for applications. The programmes are designed to give ethnic minority students, those from a socially or economically disadvantaged background, and disabled students an idea of what it’s like to work in the Civil Service.
- The Summer Diversity Internship Programme (SDIP) puts talented undergraduates and graduates, from diverse backgrounds, on a 6- to 9-week work placement in a government department.
Some interns are offered a coaching programme to help improve their skills and move towards getting a place on the Civil Service Fast Stream.
The application window for the SDIP closes on 4 January 2016.
- The Early Diversity Internship Programme (EDIP) gives first-year undergraduates from diverse backgrounds a sense of what being on a Fast Stream placement is like.
This 1-week programme can help you decide if you want to apply for a longer placement through the Summer Diversity Internship programme, or apply for a place on the Civil Service Fast Stream.
The application window for the EDIP closes on 30 November 2015.
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