Maluti Tvet colleges form strategic partnership

QWAQWA - Staying at home with qualifications after studying hard can be frustrating.
The Tvet colleges of Maluti have therefore decided to form a strong partnership with the bigger companies for the sake of its students.
This happened during the career expo of the college at Qwaqwa. The career expo co-ordinator, Mamoya Khotha, said that these expos will benefit students in terms of finding jobs easily after completing their studies.
Mamoya said that this revelation comes after realising that a lot of students were staying at homes with qualifications without jobs, struggling to find any.
"The bigger companies need to know that Maluti Tvet colleges offer quality education in the Eastern Free State and they should work hands on with us," said Mamoya.
She added that a lot of the students lose hope when it comes to securing work because they feel that there are no large companies operating at Qwaqwa, but only common stores.
"So with the partnerships we have started with the bigger companies from outside Qwaqwa, we hope and believe that there will be more job opportunities available for our post graduates students,” she said.
A student, Morena Mofokeng (24), said that all of their campus perform very well in practical assignments.
"Companies would likely be interested in us when they learn that we do what they really want the most, which is practical training,” the civil engineering student said.
She promised to work even harder in  her studies in order to find a job easily when she completed her course.
"I want to thank the college management for fighting for us as students, helping us gain a position whereby we have better access to jobs," said Mofokeng

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