Once selected, the young professional is offered a five-year renewable contract with the World Bank, IFC or MIGA, in which the first twenty-four months are part of the World Bank Group YPP curriculum development program. This program is structured according to four key areas: I) professional experience; II) field trips; III) training and IV) coaching and mentoring. The program’s aim is to promote the young professionals’ career development (both technically and competences), facilitate their integration into the World Bank Group’s work and culture and establish networks.
In pursuit of its mission, the OpenIGO network has prepared a comprehensive eBook and support and guidance services with the aim of highly increasing your chances of success in this competitive process. Our comprehensive eBook will introduce you to the complex world of the World Bank Group and its approach towards international development; it will teach you how to prepare each of the documents required in detail, and will also get you ready for the interview and assessment center. This eBook was written and revised by a team of professors, human resources specialists and former young professionals with a great deal of diligence.
The eBook is divided into 12 (twelve) chapters and one attachment, and contains more than 190 pages.
In addition, we have developed support and guidance services. These services include revising your WBG YPP application documents (essay, curriculum vitae and thesis/dissertation short summaries) and a mock interview as per the World Bank Group YPP model. Having a mock interview with a professional who has extensive experience and knowledge of the World Bank Group YPP interview model will help you be better prepared for this phase, greatly increasing your chances of being selected for the desired vacancy.
This article is only a small sample of the extensive content present in our excellent ebook.
Each of the WBG YPP’s key areas are explained below: