Howlin launches jobs initiative in Singapore

The Asian element of the Government’s Farmleigh Internship Programme was launched today by Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin.

16th March, 2012
Howlin launches jobs initiative in Singapore
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The Asian element of the Government’s Farmleigh Internship Programme was launched today by Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin.

The Minister is visiting Singapore for St Patrick’s Day.

The new program is part of the ‘Pathways to Work’ initiative and is open to candidates interested in pursuing their career in Asia. The FIP (Asia) will be facilitated by the Farmleigh Fellowship – a voluntary group associated with the Global...

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