Covering All Thamaga Junior Secondary Schools At A glance
National Food Technology Research Centre (NFTRC) recently took advantage of the Thamaga Junior Secondary Schools Career Fair to disseminate information dissemination about its products and services.
Thamaga Junior Secondary School hosted the event with the other three being Sekgele, Thobega and Letlole Mosielele
When giving welcome remarks, Thamaga Junior Secondary School Head Mr Pashaka Nnoane said he was thrilled by the unity portrayed throughout the planning and execution of the career fair by the four schools.
Mr Nnoane urged the students to start dreaming and use the career fair opportunity as a ladder to their future careers and businesses.
The objectives of the fair were to discuss issues of careers, help students learn about different job and business opportunities available and to improve the link between education and employment.
United States (US) Embassy Senior Education Advisor, Ms Dolly Tau encouraged the students to work hard and achieve A* grades because US Embassy has a programme that fully sponsors A* students to do any course of their choice in the United States of America.
Ms Tau said during the selection period, they also look at students who possess good leadership skills and are involved in community service.
She concluded that everything in life is about making good choices and working hard for them to materialise.
The event was graced by representatives from NFTRC, Botswana University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (BUAN), National Blood Transfusion Services (NBTS), Botho University, New Era, Roads Training Centre (RTC), Gaborone Universal College of Law and Moshopa Boys Prison.