by Apr 18, 2009 | Uncategorized|
Much advice, guidance, encouragement and inspiration was offered to all the 70 or so KESHO sponsored secondary students who attended our annual Careers Day at the weekend.
Around 15 volunteers, from Kilifi Rotary Club and the KEMRI/Wellcome Trust Research Unit, Kilifi, very kindly supported the event. Various professions were represented and there were also desks on how to write a CV, interview techniques, University and College application procedures and course options and requirements at degree, diploma and certificate level.
For most students, this was the first time they had received any such advice and guidance; it was a very valuable experience.
During the prize giving certificates and T-shirts were awarded to Harrison Fondo and Mary Washe for their academic achievement and to Emmanuel Mbaji for being the most helpful and reliable KESHO student.
It was a really positive and motivating day. Thank you to everyone who attended and supported the event.