PSC selects 3,600 graduates for paid government internships, how to check


The Public Service Commission (PSC) has published a list of graduates selected to work as interns in various government departments.

In the document shared by the committee on Tuesday, January 4, a total of 3,267 graduates were selected for the 12-month program scheduled for the 2021/2022 fiscal year.

The new recruits are part of the fourth cohort since the launch of the annual internship program in 2019.

Advertised under the Public Service Internship Program (PSIP), interns will receive an allowance of between Ksh 15,000 and Ksh 25,000.

Office of the Civil Service Commission (PSC) in Nairobi.


The fourth cohort recruitment exercise was announced from August 3, 2021, with a list of shortlisted candidates unveiled in November 2021.

The positions advertised varied among different government departments, ministries and agencies.

Interns have the opportunity to be integrated into various ministries and departments after completing their one-year program.

Successful applicants will perform mutually agreed upon tasks, including those assigned by supervisors, and document relevant skills acquired. They are also expected to participate in various mentoring programs during this time.

The PSIP is a government initiative aimed at providing graduates with the opportunity to acquire and develop technical and professional skills as well as work experience in the public service.

How to check

Those who have applied can find out if they have been selected for the 12 month internship program by visiting the PSC website: and visit the internship sections.

In the section, all the names of the candidates have been published with all relevant departments and information about their county.

Job seekers line up on Wabera Street, Nairobi, waiting to be interviewed by The Sarova Stanley on May 26, 2018.



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