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Workshop for jobseekers

Mere Naleba
Sunday, June 29, 2014

A JOBSEEKING skills workshop yesterday for secondary school students receiving education assistance from the Foundation for the Education of Needy Children (FENC) Fiji was described as a success.

The workshop gave 25 students from various secondary schools in the Central Division the opportunity to discover ways in which they can find employment after leaving school or graduating from tertiary institutions.

The students were given tips on how to write cover letters or application letters as well as resume or curriculum-vitae.

Luke Naivakadula, a Year 12 student of Cathedral Secondary School, said the workshop was educational and very informative in terms of delivering key messages on how to prepare students for the employment sector.

"It allowed me to learn new things and also ensures us that we get ready for whichever career path we plan to follow in the future," Mr Naivakadula said.








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