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Apply Now: N-Power Recruitment 2017

The Federal Government N-Power programme officially has commenced the June-July 2017 registration for graduates’ recruitment only.

The N-Power Volunteer Corps is a segment of the N-Power programme set up to engage and train 500,000 young unemployed graduates for the benefit of rural development in Nigeria. It is a 2-year duration paid volunteering programme.

Through the N- Power Volunteering Corps programme, the government’s commitment to the improvement of quality of lives, reduction in income inequality and tackling of the deficiencies in public services will be actualised.


N-Power Volunteer Corps Categories:

  • N-Power Agro: The Federal Government is engaging 100,000 qualified young Nigerians through the N Power Agro programme.
  • N-Power Health: Through the N-Power Health programme, young graduates will form part of the 500,000 N-Power Volunteer Corps.
  • N-Power Teach: The N-Power Teach programme will engage qualified graduates for the benefit of basic education delivery in Nigeria.
  • N-Power Tax: Seeks to encourage non-compliant and partially compliant taxpayers to voluntarily declare their correct income.



Selected graduates will work in their immediate rural communities, where they will assist in improving the inadequacies in the education, health, and agriculture sectors. Among the key selection requirement for the N-Power Volunteer Corps will be a predisposition to work in proximate communities.

Specific enrollment and training information will now be made available to successful applicants. If you have any difficulty at any point of your application process, please send an email to apply2017@npower.gov.ng


Recruitment Registration Procedure:

Applicants are to follow the link below to apply for .


Registration Closing Date:

Application will close on Thursday, 13th July, 2017.


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Apply Now: N-Power Recruitment 2017 was last modified: June 15th, 2017 by Obiageli Asika