With social distancing as the new normal, and digital engagement the norm, the North-West University (NWU) Career Centre will continue on its innovative path by hosting four virtual career fairs in March.
On 9 March the Accounting Virtual Fair will kick off, followed by the General Virtual Fair on 11 March, the Law Virtual Fair on 19 March, and finally the Science and Engineering Virtual Fairs on 26 March.
All students will benefit from attending the events which will provide them with worthwhile opportunities. They will be able to explore companies of their interest directly, and engage with potential employers about internships or job opportunities
During the events the Career Centre and attending companies will offer virtual talks on a range of topics, allowing students to form a bigger picture and to make an informed choice about their career paths.
Interested students can click here to register for the upcoming virtual fairs.
A dedication to well-rounded graduates
Through these career fairs the NWU aims to close the gaps between students, employers, alumni and staff, and to optimally engage with all stakeholders to develop well-rounded graduates.
Ultimately the Career Centre wants to develop graduates who can deal with the complex challenges of the world of work, while also helping to address the broad social, economic, environmental and ethical challenges in South Africa.