BIKITA-The Ministry of Public Service, Labour, and Social Welfare conducted career guidance and counselling at Chirima High School in Bikita West, Ward 22 on Wednesday.
Fifteen exhibitors, Agriculture Finance Cooperation, Department of Employment Services and Promotion, Ministry of Health and Child Care, Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture, Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS), My Age Zimbabwe, Harare Institute of Technology (HIT), Catholic University of Zimbabwe, Gramsol Publishers and Reformed Church University among others exhibited.
Chirima High School head, Henry Mugwira, appreciated the initiative, which he believes will give learners focus on their studies.
“I would like to thank the Ministry for bringing this event down to School. I believe this will ensure students are fully informed. This mentorship program assists learners to learn with their future in focus. They will also pick their areas of interests.
“I’m happy with the knowledge that has been imparted to our learners by various exhibitors. This program has equipped them with direction for choosing their career paths and subject combination,” said Mugwira.
The School has 592 learners and 26 staff members also received History, Heritage, Mathematics and Business Enterprise textbooks.