- Street / Area: Surulere
- City: Lagos
- Country: Nigeria
- Phonenumber: +2349061163094
- Website: https://www.tertary.com
- Education details: Others
- Listed: November 13, 2017 8:50 pm
- Expires: This ad has expired
TERTARY is an internet company whose aim is to boost the capacity of the average Nigerian student while partnering with companies in Nigeria.
It is commonplace for employers to deny graduates job offers because of lack of experience on the job. Hence, Tertary in partnership with some Nigerian companies is creating internship opportunities for university undergraduates as well as fresh graduates. The aim is to make students and fresh graduates better employable by matching candidates with companies in their different fields of endeavour. These internship programs will last for a period of three weeks to a year. Some of these internship positions are paid depending on the duration of the internship and the company concerned. Tertary exists to bridge the gap that exists by ensuring that undergraduates and fresh graduates gain enough experience before they become permanent members of the workforce. Prospective interns are expected to fill a form on the website and take an online aptitude test after which they are paired with companies with open internship positions.
FREE PRODUCT AND SERVICE LISTING
Tertary aims at enhancing inter university exchange through e-commerce thereby encouraging entrepreneurial activities in campuses and beyond.
Entrepreneurs are encouraged to increase their online presence through free product and service listing on the website. Each enlisted product and service provider is entitled to personalized customer service from the team. Tertary offers a great way for students to contribute meaningfully in the ever-increasing entrepreneurial market in the country.
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