PSC Shortlists 4,000 Kenyans for Paid Govt Internships: How to Check

  • The Public Service Commission (PSC) has shortlisted 3,902 Kenyans for the Public Service Internship Programme (PSIP) cohort V.

    In the document shared by the commission on Wednesday, February 22, PSC affirmed that the internship cuts across various government agencies including ministries.

    The candidates will also receive a monthly stipend as prescribed by the Commission.

    Public Service Commission offices (Undated)

    Public Service Commission offices (Undated)

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    According to the notice, the programme will run for a period of twelve months. 

    “The Public Service Internship Programme (PSIP) is a government initiative designed to offer opportunities for graduates to acquire and develop valuable technical and professional skills as well as work experience in the Public Service.

    “Duties include completing duties mutually agreed upon and assigned by the supervisors, documenting relevant skills acquired in their areas of deployment; and actively participating in any relevant mentorship activities and additional responsibilities designed for the programme,” the statement read in part. 

    How to check

    Candidates are advised to visit the PSC website www(dot)publicservice(dot)go(dot)ke and click the internship section. 

    A drop-down list will appear and the candidate is required to click the PSIP Internship Appointed bar. 

    Click on the document titled Public Service Internship Programme (PSIP) Appointed Cohort V Interns 2022- 2023 

    The list, consisting of 3,902 candidates, has been categorised according to the serial number and indicates the name, gender and county, 

    The application for the Cohort V internship slots was announced on July 26, 2022, and the candidates were subjected to the shortlisting process.

    The first round involved 7,102 candidates who were directed to appear for interviews between January 25, 2023, and January 31, 2023. 

    Kenyans queue at a past job interview.

    Kenyans queue at a past job interview.


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