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Binga Career Guidance Fair

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Binga Career Guidance Fair
02.28.14

On Friday February 28, 2014, Kalai Foundation, in conjunction with other partners such as the United States Public Affairs Section of the US Embassy in Harare, supported a Career Fair at Binga Secondary School in Binga. The purpose of the Career Fair was to provide a platform for professionals to share information about career paths to motivate students and galvanize young people into doubling their commitment toward education. Kalai Foundation will provide support to the hosting of the Career Fair to be hosted at Manjolo Secondary School in February 2015. As part of the Fair, Kalai will provide support to ensure that Kalai Foundation Scholars in University and those who have transitioned to careers return to Binga to share with students about their journeys. The Fair will highlight the stories of people who have successfully made the transition to meaningful careers and provide opportunities for networking and mentorship between students and professionals, as well ensure that organizations to showcase their work and build a recruitment pool.

The vast majority of students who graduate from the country’s secondary schools every year have career aspirations that either require in-service technical training or formal academic education beyond secondary school. For most rural students, however, the dearth of information about career options available to them and the numerous subject combinations required to qualify for admission to higher education programs may mean the difference between becoming an engineer and a temporary teacher. For those who fail to make the minimum academic passes at secondary level, lack of exposure may also mean the end of their career path, even though there may be careers for which they may be eligible. The financial challenges notwithstanding, the lack of career guidance represents one of the most critical challenges facing most young people in unleashing their full potential.

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The Kalai Foundation and the United States Public Affairs Section of the US Embassy in Harare, support a Career Fair in Binga.

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