Attachments at KeNHA

In support of The Kenya Government Youth Initiative to develop a pool of young talents into the Kenyan labour market, Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) put in place an annual internship program for unemployed Kenyan youth holders of Degrees and Diploma certificates.

The internship program is intended to provide the interns with a real life work experience that will expose them to the job market and a chance to learn from experienced professionals from KeNHA.

Areas of Specialization

KeNHA can provide internship opportunities to students who specializes in the following disciplines:

  • Civil Engineering
  • Economics
  • Survey
  • ICT
  • Law
  • Business Management
  • Finance/ Accounting
  • Procurement studies
  • Communication and Public relations
  • Statistics
  • Sociology
  • Environmental sciences
  • Human resource Management

General Qualifications

For one to qualify for internships at KeNHA must have the following qualifications:
  • Be a holder of Diploma or Degree in one of the disciplines mentioned above from a recognized institution in Kenya.
  • Be a Kenyan youth aged between 20 and 34 years
  • Possess a valid personal accident cover
  • Must have completed their training and graduated in the last 2 years
  • Must not have undertaken any other internship program since graduation.
  • Must have a certificate of good conduct
  • Must be computer literate
  • Must possess strong communication ( written & oral ) skills

How to apply

Unless stated otherwise in an internship advertisement, all applications are to be handwritten, clearly indicating the specific internship discipline.
Attach all relevant documents required to the application and send it to the address below:

The Director General
Kenya National Highways Authority,
Blue Shield Towers, 9th floor, Hospital Hill Road.
P.O.BOX 49712- 00100
Nairobi Kenya.

N/B Graduates should always be on the look out and regularly visit KeNHA website for the internships advertisements on

However, KeNHA does not guarantee employment after the one(1) year internship period elapses.



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