Thinking about a career doesn’t start on graduation day

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Every journey needs preparation. You need to decide where to go, how to get there and what useful things you need to take with you. Your career journey is no different.

3 years ago when we began offering opportunities and guidance to professionals, we have been at the forefront of the best practices and have remained abreast with changes in education and in the working world.

We designed our platform specifically to help you navigate the future world of work. In essence, we offer you information, advice and opportunities.

There are various resources online full of tips, insights and employment opportunities to help you evaluate your options and guide you through the job application process.

You can use our platform as a starting point to think holistically about who you are, what you can contribute and where you want to go. Our collection of Job Profiles is a good starting point.

Our greatest wish is for you to realise your potential and contribute meaningfully to the community in which you live and work.

Get prepared for the future world of work

To better prepare yourself, you have to research your options and define your skill-set to make better informed choices about your future. Develop transferable skills that you will need for the world of work.

Learn about the job application and recruitment process to take the next step of your journey. This will come in handy when you have to reach out to companies. Remember, you want to perfect this process in order to get job interviews with your prospective employers.

Start thinking through your options. Your situation and background differs from many others. You know options at your disposal. Also, map out different choices and define skills and competencies that you take with you in the working world.

Thinking about a career doesn’t start on graduation day. We encourage you to make the most of your time and get involved in career planning throughout your studies, and to Own Your Future.

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