Register now for Kariega, Klerksdorp career expos
Excitement is building as Food For Mzansi’s popular AgriCareers roadshow is set to arrive in the Eastern Cape and North West in two weeks. Last minute registrations for these events – which will take place in Kariega and Klerksdorp – are now being accepted.
AgriCareers is the only traveling career expo in South Africa dedicated to agriculture for learners in grades 9-11, although many schools also choose to send their students who benefit greatly from the program.
The three-year-old Food For Mzansi initiative is powered by Laeveld Agrochem and owned in partnership with different educational institutions and companies, including Standard Bank and King Price Insurance.
At the events, learners get an A-Z of education and career opportunities in agriculture and also meet a wide variety of young professionals who share tips for getting on the fast track to success. From farmers to economists, accountants and even journalists and crop scientists, learners have a rare opportunity to discover a world of future possibilities.
Do you want to participate in AgriCareers?
The Kariega (formerly Uitenhage) stage of the AgriCareers roadshow is scheduled for Tuesday August 2, 2022 at Hoërskool Brandwag. Two days later, on Thursday August 4, the exhibitors will be at the Keurhof school in Klerksdorp. Each participating learner receives a bag of goodies and a pack of snacks.
Schools wishing to attend one of these exhibitions should email Food For Mzansi at email@example.com or call Meagan van der Vent on 021 879 1824. You will be asked provide the following information: school name, learner and educator attendance number, and whether you will be attending the 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. or 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. session.
Learners attending the session which starts at 08:00 should arrive from 07:30 to start the program quickly. Participants in the 12:00 p.m. session must arrive by 11:30 a.m.
Ivor Price, co-founder and editor of Food For Mzansi, says: “The agricultural sector offers the greatest potential to reduce youth unemployment. Our AgriCareers events are full of energy and packed with information to help learners discover possibilities in a country where many others have lost hope. »
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