Career awareness
Mary Mount High School students pictured with Alisa Bartholomew of PwC at the UWI, Mona 28/2/19.

FEBRUARY was Career Awareness Month at The University of the West Indies, Mona, observed under the theme 'Strategic Partnerships for Advancing Your Career'. The activities, executed by the Placement and Career Services Department, included an ethics seminar on dressing appropriately for the workplace, on February 7; the annual mock interviews, on February 21 and 22; and the career exposition and job fair this past Thursday and Friday. Here are a few highlights.

Corporal C Curtis of the Jamaica Constabulary Force's Marine Division shows students of CharlemontHigh School how to tie knots during The University of the West Indies' annual career fair on the Monacampus on Thursday.
Students of Spanish Town High School showed keen interest in the presentation byKristoff Smith of Digicel during Thursday's career fair at The University of the WestIndies' Mona campus.

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