The objective of the Career Exhibition is to expose our learners to various employable career opportunities which exist in the labour market and let them make informed career choices.
Invitation can be downloaded here.
Rivoningo foundation is leading the historic Science, Career and arts Festival, a three days event full of exhibitions, workshops, Arts, Entrepreneurship and cultural activities.Over 3000 people comprised of learners, teachers, unemployed youth and general public will benefit from this event.The historic event will reach more than 10 villages in and around Collins Chabane Municipality. The main venue of the event will be Christian Fellowship Revival Centre International , while the other activities are being done on the touring and visiting the selected schools and public places.
The event targets Grade 9-12 learners and local youth, and intents to expose/announce the local NGOs, entrepreneurs and business. Moreover, the aim is create an career engagement platform through presentations and exhibitions by local professionals, entrepreneurs and business as well as other external establishments within both corporate, academia and public sector.
Theme: Inform Our Youth/Community to Sustainably Develop and Collaborate
Focus Career Festival Questions:
– what (pre-tertiary level, i.e. high school subjects, future alteration and their possible career-field projections)
– where (i..e.tertiary, post-Grade 12 or high school alternative options)
– with what (this is more funding focus at (post) tertiary and entrepreneur level)
– how (all types of applications, e.g. funding, tertiary – procedures, requirements and deadlines)
– then what (i.e. post-tertiary level, current, upcoming and possible career opportunities)
It is through information and integration that we (at MCW) believe we can sustainably develop these/our communities.
Fun-filled Showcase of Africa’s Science innovations and Development by Institutions of Higher Learning, Indigenous Experts, Research & Development centres, Science centres, Private sector and individual professionals. Exhibitions, Lectures, Science Shows and 4IR workshops are employed to convey the scientific message of E!ISeF.
The Working World Exhibition is the most comprehensive and cutting edge Exhibition – designed to empower and position learners for the world of work.
The Exhibition repackages the essential components of a Career guidance programme into an interactive experience that learners can identify with and find meaningful.
Career resources such as experts sharing opportunities in careers of skills shortages, bursaries and entrepreneurship, seminars as well as the Workbook gives life to South Africa’s largest careers & skills Exhibition.
Theme: Understanding Coding;Robotics and Argumented Reality
Sub-Theme 1: Mining in the 4th Industrial Revolution
Sub-Theme 2: International year of plant health
Overall Targets: A 07 days’ massive programme that will involve 63 910 people (learners, teachers, general public, students, journalists, scientists/engineers & researchers, industry, indigenous knowledge holders & traditional leaders, tourists, decision makers/politicians & policy makers, science interpreters) in a series of in-reach, exchange programme, outdoor and outreach events.
These include: Coding, Robotics & Argumented reality workhops/events, interactive activities; information stands; science cinema/films, virtual tours, sleep laboratories, sleeping-out camps, digital laboratories, exhibitions, demonstrations, lectures, competitions, quizzes, science cafes, theatre performances, displays, science clubs, science shows, drum majorettes, mathematics dances, IKS games, animal kingdom explorations, reptile shows, fun runs, science comedies, water world activities, food manufacturing audit activities, swimming lessons, fundraising events, body wellness activities, model car-racing activities, sky-viewing, rocketry courses, science of soccer tournaments, science literacy workshops, sci-kids, science picnics, motivational and industry insight talks; plant visits, educator information sharing sessions; girl child workshops, reading clubs and practical workshops for under-resourced school activities.
Targeted Areas : Lephalale, Thabazimbi, Burgersfort, Tzaneen, Giyani, Mokopane, Malamulele, Bochum, Ga-Molepo, Zebediela, Lebowakgomo, Sekgosese, Jane Furse, Nchabeleng/Apel, Bohlokwa, Ga-Sekororo, Mankweng and Musina.
Venue 1: Tivumbeni EMPC
BANKUNA ST, LETABA, PRIVATE BAG X1420, LETABA, TZANEEN, 0870., Nkowankowa, South Africa
Venue 2: Mogol Golf Club
Wells St, Lephalale, 0557
Venue 3: Cornet Mamabolo Foundation Library
Venue 4: Malamulele Circuit
Venue 5: Ga-Manyaka Tribal
An outreach programme in which professionals will be talking to learners and general public about their careers and those within their midst while champions of industries, entrepreneurs, company representatives and etc will be talking about roles and opportunities as part of role modelling. This event will be targeting everyone from grade R (reception) to the general public.
Communities within the close proximity will be invited most especial the parents to be included in the roles they must be playing in the developent of their kids. Yes, we entrust them to teachers but parents have roles to play with this escalating violence , bullying and drug abuse by our expected future leaders.
This will also be an initiative to try draw attention for the rural communities to partake in the 4IR as it affects us all one way or another.
above all, we are intending to remind all that the world is going digital and only relevant careers will make us competent and role players in the 5th Industrial Revolution.
African Hands for Youth NPO will be hosting its 7th Annual Career Exhibition. Over the 2 days of the event, we expect over 15 High Schools to be in attenandance and approximately 1000 learners.
Relela Primary School – Relela Village (Bolodebu South – Tzaneen) – 14 May 2020
Motsipa Secondary School – GaModjadji(Tzaneen) – 15 May 2020
Invitation can be downloaded here
Heading for its 3rd edition in 2020, èDumbe Science Festival (Formerly known as Maths & Science: Breaking the boundaries Expo) was established in 2016 with the purpose to celebrate Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Innovation (STEMI) in a fun and festive mood to create excitement, to make Science accessible as a recreational activity to the previously disadvantaged communities, and to stimulate interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Innovation industry as well as in Accounting, Economics, Tourism and History related career fields.
The 3rd èDumbe Science Festival will provide participants with an opportunity to engage with exhibitors in interactive education and career exhibition, Science Shows, Professional Profiling (Video Shows), Career Talks and Many More.