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The guys were able to get to know different specialties in practice, learn more about the work of city organizations and get the first experience in solving real problems.
Paid internships organized by the Moya Career employment center were attended by almost 400 Moscow schoolchildren aged 14 to 17. The first stream will end on July 30. For 20 days, teenagers tried themselves in different professions in the organizations of the capital.
“Internships enable children to better understand themselves, gain new knowledge and skills. See how people of the chosen specialty work, learn firsthand about the intricacies of professions. This year, young Muscovites have temporarily become assistants to administrators, procurement specialists, sound and videographers, trainers, and designers. The guys were able to take a direct part in the projects that are being implemented by the city services, ”she said.
Alexandra Alexandrova, first deputy head of the capital Department of Labor and Social Protection of the Population…
Young men and women underwent internships in the administrations of the capital’s districts, youth centers of leisure and sports, libraries, engineering services, publishing houses and other structures. They directly participated in the labor process, performed independent work. Jobs for teenagers were selected based on their individual qualities.
Yaroslava Karpenko trained at the Epi-Altufyevo leisure center as an assistant to a contract manager. She helped at sporting events, searched for goods on the supplier’s portal and on the Internet, worked with the Unified Automated Information System of Moscow Auction, and compiled purchase lists.
“I learned a lot about sports events and the drafting of contracts. I really liked the leisure center – the attitude of the employees towards me was pleasant, and the work was interesting, ”said Yaroslava Karpenko.
Teenagers who have completed internships will be paid a one-time scholarship in the amount of 20,589 rubles (the subsistence minimum for the working-age population). In addition, everyone will receive a personal testimonial that will be useful when applying for a job or study.
The internship project for schoolchildren has been implemented since 2019. The priority right to participate is given to the wards of urban family centers: adolescents from low-income, large or single-parent families, as well as children left without parental care and in difficult life situations. This year, the summer internship project will end on August 13, with about a thousand children joining it. In 2019–2020, more than a thousand teenagers became participants in the program.
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