Participants will spend 24-months working through three of the participating government agencies, spending eight months in each “rotation”.
In the first eight months, they will work on a range of projects. In the next eight months, they will work in an agency where the will further refine their existing skills and hone in their desired career path.
By the third rotation, the programme will help position participants to be ‘career ready’.
Samarakone says every graduate will be supported by a mentor who aims to help them reach their potential in the Government’s digital arena.
“Building capability across the public sector is vital for the benefit of attracting and building future leaders into the system,” she states.