It is a pleasure to inform you about the students Internship exercise for 2017 that ended on Friday 4th August 2017. This is an annual school event specifically for students of Year 11 & 12 where they are placed in different organizations that offer services in line with their future career
learners of year 11 & 12 learners were placed in different fields of Medical, Engineering, Law, Fashion and Design, Accounting and Finance, Management, among others. Working in these various fields gives an opportunity to our learners to work closely with a professional in that aspect.
According to learners' reports, they all had a fulfilling work experience. They are particularly appreciative for the exposure and hands-on learning experience. This to them was interesting meanwhile some learners found it quite challenging. They were able to make informed decisions about their career choices. In that respect, some learners decided to build on their earlier career paths, while others decided to have their earlier career choices changed after getting exposed to what their careers involve; in terms of daily routines, nature of work done, preparation and expertise required.
On this note, the members of careers office invited the concerned parents for a discussion with their learners. We are happy to inform you that this meeting was fruitful as learners' concerns were considered and they were guided into their preferred careers. This is the ultimate purpose of internship.
We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to the following organizations for the opportunity they gave our learners to undergo this very important training; May Medical Centre, International Medical Centre, Pearl FM-Kampala, Mukwaya General Hospital, International Hospital Kampala, Updeal Construction Company, Design Group Associates Kampala, Silk Events, Isbat University, Hot 100 Fm, Cassia Lodge Kampala, UAP Insurance, Footstep Furniture, Hot loaf Bakery, Uniserv education consult, among others. We hope to continue working with you as we develop each of our learners' full potential.