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Written: 25 November 2021

Nambawan Super welcomes six candidates under the 4th Nambawan Super Graduate Development Program (GDP).

 The graduates who are from a range of universities and have studied diverse disciplines, including Accounting, Banking, and Finance, Business, and Information Technology commenced placements in member-facing teams and will undergo 12-months of coordinated career development.

 Part of the training involves gaining experience in several business units through coordinated job rotations.

  Since 2015, the NSL GDP program has ensured NSL employs some of the country’s brightest, young talent, and is contributing to the development of a future generation of financial industry professionals for the benefit of the Fund, our members, and the country.

  More than 20 young Papua New Guineans have completed previous GDPs and been offered challenging career opportunities by Nambawan Super Limited. Whilst some remain with the Fund, others have since moved on successfully with their career journey as professionals in their respective fields.

 Following the success of the Graduate Program, in 2021 NSL is also be developing a Non-Graduate Development Program (NGDP).

 Successful candidates for the NGDP will also have great internal professional development opportunities, and in the future may even be supported to complete higher studies where they may not have been able to undertake this due to their circumstances.

Read more in our November edition of Nambawan SuperTok newsletter.

 

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