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MMUST Shines at the 6th Nation Media Group Career Fair


According to panelists representing different industries at the Career Fair, heads of career departments in high schools play an integral role in shaping the careers of young people.
The panelists, led by NTV’s reporter Dan Mwangi, engaged in discussions surrounding entrepreneurship, youth empowerment, talents and creativity.

“We should dissuade young people from the idea of looking for a job. Let them create the jobs for themselves,” said Mr. Kiuna, one of the panelists.

A noteworthy point was raised by Mr. Joseph Choge, CEO Premier Foods Limited, who said that not everyone is cut out for entrepreneurship despite the hero stories about entrepreneurship. The panelists were all in agreement that youth empowerment and internship programs are good initiatives that provide young people with opportunities to develop and nurture skills.
After an interactive session with the students in attendance, the students visited the different tents belonging to different universities such as Kenyatta University, Gretsa University, St. Paul’s University, and Kabarak University among others. Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST) attracted a good number of students, teachers, parents and guardians.

“We have had several students join MMUST, even this year we have a girl who has joined the institution to undertake a Bachelor of Commerce. Most of these students join MMUST through my input because I know MMUST as a University that is dedicated to education and offering good courses. I also know that it is a University that is well established and this is what encourages me to urge the students to join the institution.

 Read more on the MMUST News Post Volume 3 Issue 12

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