For young people internships can bridge the gap between formal education and a career, where the emphasis is on training rather than employment. For youth development organisations, internships are an excellent way of channeling and mainstreaming the engagement of young people in the organisation. The IAYP offers internships to young people as a way of positively demonstrating our commitment to youth engagement and acknowledging youth perspectives, as well as the development of the future of the Programme, its renewal and regeneration.
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