Career Forums

Kijabe Girls High School Forum

The talk was initialized with a prayer by a student from Kijabe Girls High School who then handed over to the dean of students Mrs. Mutua.

Mrs. Mutua briefed the students on the reasons for our visit and then handed over to Ms. Monica Ng’ang’a who introduced herself then invited her colleague M.s Annes Kassim for an introduction.

Starehe Girls' Center Forum

The career talk started at 9 am with opening remarks from Mrs. Mukunya who is also the career teacher. Mrs. Mukunya introduced the theme and welcomed Mrs. Wanjohi the Director Starehe Girls’ Centre who gave a speech to the students and the invited guests.

Kagio Boys Forum

The career talk started at 10:00am with opening remarks from the Principal Kagio Boys High School who then welcomed the Deputy County Commissioner of Kirinyaga. After making his remarks he then welcomed the chief guest Professor Waita who is the chairman of the Kirinyaga County Education Board to talk to the students. The students were then addressed by the Deputy Governor Kirinyaga County who then urged them to work hard in school and also to be obedient.

State House Girls Forum

The career talk started at 8 AM with motivational talks from different pastors who sensitized the students on the importance of their spirituality.

The career teacher Statehouse Girls then introduced Mercy of Edulink who took the students through the different careers that they can venture into. Some of the careers she talked about were in the hospitality industry and the aviation industry among others. This enabled the students to think out of the box when it came to career choices.

Mbugiti Secondary School

The career day commenced with a word of prayer from Mr. Kamau followed by a brief introduction of representatives from various institutions.

Dr. Eunice from Kenyatta University then gave a brief about the University then handed over to Ms. Veronica (Uzuri Institute), Ms. Rosemary (Consolata Institute), Francis (Hemland College) and Jackline Shadrack (KCA University).

We then had a one hour break where we embarked to our displays and the students and others present had an opportunity to ask questions and pick brochures.

Loreto Convent Valley Road Career Talk

We arrived at the school at exactly 1:00pm and received a warm welcome by the school career master Mr. Karanja who then introduced us to the school deputy Principal and other teachers, then took us around the school showing us various departments.

Mikinduri Girls High School

The session was held where we interacted with the host school’s form two, three and four students providing advice and answering any of the questions they had to facilitate a deeper and well-rounded appreciation of the courses they were interested in pursuing and optimal subject selection as the form twos prepare to do so at the end of the school term.

Gaichanjiru Secondary School

The objective of the career day was to guide students on various careers and give a general overview of  the career world guided by the various choises they make in their Secondary school education.  The career day also aimed at creating awareness of the transition of the joint admission board to KUCCPS.

Miteitei High School Forum

The event started with a prayer, by a student from Meteitei Boys High School followed by opening remarks by the Principal Mr. Julius Rotich.

Mr. Kaimei from Higher Education Loans Board, introduced his companion Mr. Paul Ragut, and then gave a short presentation putting more emphasis on loan application procedures.

Githiga Boys High School& St.Francis Girls High School Mang’u

The career talk was scheduled mainly to enlighten the students about their decisions based on their interests, abilities and passion while considering the current and future career opportunities.

The program started at around 9:30 am with opening remarks from the Principal Githiga Boys High School who acknowledged the presence of the invited guests and then welcomed Ms. Cynthia from KUCCPS to give a presentation about placement of students to universities and colleges.

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