IMMIGRATION OFFERS INTERNSHIP TO TOP DWU STUDENTS

"Ms Naomi Solien and Ms Nancy Murley were proud recipients who performed extremely well in their overall academic results and offered both girls a chance to start their career with Immigration and Citizenship Authority."

Two top female students from the Divine Word University (DWU) who graduated with a BachelorsDegree in PNG Studies and International Relations last Sunday on 10th March 2019 in Madang have been offered Immigration and Citizenship Authority (ICA) memorabilia prizes and six months internship with ICA. Deputy Chief Migration Officer Ms Esther Gaegaming presented the prizes to the two recipients.

Ms Gaegaming congratulated Ms Naomi Solien and Ms Nancy Murley who perform extremely well in their overall academic results and offered both girls a chance to start their career with Immigration and Citizenship Authority.

Ms Solien received the DWU President’s Award for Leadership and a Gold Medal for outstanding academic performance scoring a GPA of 3.44 while her colleague Ms Murley who scored a GPA of 3.39 received the Silver Medal.

Ms Gaegaming said this is the first time ICA has offered internship to university students and both girls were fortunate to be the first recipients.

“We are excited to offer this internship to the two outstanding female student and we look forward to them joining us immediately said Ms Gaegaming".

Chief Migration Officer Mr Kantha congratulated DWU for promoting ethics, good governance and leadership and pledge to continue the relationship with the university and the department of PNG Studies and International Relations.

Mr Kantha said ICA provides equal opportunity to everyone and will continue to support and assist women and girls in their professional development.

March 15, 2019