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CEMASTEA participates in MyNETWORK Career Fair

CEMASTEA participates in MyNETWORK Career Fair

Published in CEMASTEA News Written by  March 13 2020 font size decrease font size increase font size
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Article written by: Sarafina Njeri,Dorothy Nyerere and Dan orero
Photos by: Dan Orero

The career fair commonly themed as ‘Careers for the Future’ is an annual event by myNETWORK with the purpose to motivate ambitious young people with the thirst for more information to improve their careers. This year’s event was held from January 17 – 18, 2020.

 About 35 institutions of higher learning exhibited at the event showcasing different opportunities they have for learning as far as careers and opportunities are concerned.

 Group photo from STEM participants comprising the mentors and the mentees

Various guests graced the event as speakers and to offer motivation and guidance to the young people, among them was Nation Media Group CEO Mr. Stephen Gitagama who officially opened the event, Mr. Caleb Karuga - the Founder and CEO of Wendy Farms, Roy Gitahi - CEO Art at work Limited, Ms. Celestine Olilo - Editor at MyNetwork Magazine and Sports, Journalist, Mr. Robert Mutahi - Creative Director Urban Designs Studios, Ms. Roselyne Kigen -Founder, International parenting for a better life, Ms. Jane Muiruri - Hr practitioner, Ms. Velma Amondi – the Distribution Manager at IBM, Ms. Njeri Mburu and Mr. David Nyakaru who are both national trainers at the Centre for Mathematics, Science and Technology Education in Africa (CEMASTEA).

Mr. Gitagama encouraged the young entrepreneurs to cease sitting back and feign unemployment, instead, they should learn to be self initiators and take the bull by its horns.