Bindura University of Science Education recently exhibited and showcased their degree programmes at a career day held at Howard High School which was attended by more than six hundred students from schools around Mazowe district.
The event was organized by the Ministry of Public Service,Labour and Social Welfare’s Department of Employment with the aim of providing an insight to the young people about the job market and how to choose careers so that they can make better decisions for their future.
Most of the students showed a lot of enthusiasm at the programmes that the University was showcasing especially the degree programmes offered by the National Sports Academy and the optometry department.
An employment clerk with the Ministry of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Mrs Ratidzo Munyanyi said the young generation deserves a chance to choose a career path at a young age in preparation for the future.
“Our aim is to open the young people to the job market and the careers that are available to them so that they choose their prefered paths from an early age,” she said
The students were made aware of the programmes that the university offers and the requirements for the enrollment which inspired many to work hard in order to be enrolled at the university.
Pupils from 16 different schools including Howard High School, Mazowe High School, Holy Rosary High, Langham Girls High and many more attended the career guidance.
Other institutions that exhibited included PSMAS, Zim Parks, Ministry of Agriculture, NSSA, EMA, Harare Polytechnic, Midlands States University, ZEGU and many others and other participated in the initiative.