Gospel artist Kevin Kioko popularly known as Bahati leads the entertainment at Kenyatta University's Career Week that kicked off on Saturday. Over 10,000 high school students drawn from over 300 schools attended the opening day event. Career weeks runs until Friday January 31st with the a form four leavers day at the University main campus where KCSE graduates and their parents will be guided on career and academic path choices at KU.
The Annual Kenyatta University Career Week 2020 will be held from 25th to 31st January, 2020 at the University’s main campus.
The theme for this year Career Week is: “Mapping and Leveraging on Youth, Technology and Soft Skills for the 21st Century Workforce.”
It is expected to be better and bigger than ever witnessed. A big extravaganza of corporate exhibitions is expected from top companies from not only Kenya but from the international market as well.
Students are hereby invited to contribute their ideas concerning what they want to see during the Career Week.