Victoria University Kampala has stepped up its mentorship programmes in Uganda, viagra http://cmd-kenya.org/institute/wp-includes/comment.php the latest being the equipping of Nabisunsa Girls’ School students with entrepreneurship and self-mastery skills, Chimp Corps report.
The prominent secondary school had its Annual Flagship Career Tour and Expo last Thursday that saw Victoria University participate in providing career advice and helping students discover their talents, potential and possibilities.
The University officials assisted the young learners to find a clearly defined mission in school and realise their higher life aspirations.
Career Day often refers to a day in school where students learn about different careers and vocations.
Victoria University, the fastest growing private higher institution of learning in Uganda, recently introduced Career Day at its premises where students listen to experienced and successful entrepreneurs and Chief Executives in Uganda.
Top industrialists and successful businessmen usually give addresses to help students prepare themselves for life after school.
At Nabisunsa, says Victoria University Communications Official, Oscar Kamukama, students were “empowered with important information and knowledge to make better choices after their secondary education.”
Founded in 1958, Nabisunsa Girl’s Secondary school is a distinguished and leading boarding, O and A’ Level, girls only school located along Kampala-Jinja Highway at Banda next to Kyambogo University.
The school has produced valuable and productive citizens for our country and our world for more than half a century now.
The school vision is to produce a versatile girl child who is composed, dignified, morally up right and globally competitive for National development.
As part of the school strategy to achieving this vision, the Careers Department of Nabisunsa Girls’ School rolled out the Career Tour and Expo Day to help the girls discover their abilities and potential, understand their career possibilities early enough and the education and skills they need to build, appreciate the workplace of the future, and have timely access to information and exposure to enable them reach their full career potential.