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FBC, IPAM, COMAHS market students to employers

FBC, IPAM, COMAHS market students to employers

The University of Sierra Leone (USL) and its constituent colleges last week marketed graduates from the various tertiary institutions, phone companies, business firms and other stakeholders for suitable job opportunities at the National Stadium. According to the University organizers, this employment forum for university graduates would create an enabling platform where graduates would have the opportunity to talk to their would-be employers. Yesterday at the job fair session, employers from both government and private sectors where there to pre-orientate students on the numerous employment avenues. State owned institutions like NASSIT and SLP, and also private sector institutions like Pro-credit and the United Nation Development Programmed (UNDP) were all there to brief students on how to apply for jobs. The human resource managers and public relation teams of the different institutions that were represented welcomed graduates and admonished them to exercise some restraint as there are lot of prospects for employment out there. Some firms like NASSIT and Zain phone company advised graduates that as for the interim, there are no job vacancy but at the same time they should not lose hope to continue to apply as better job opportunity awaits them.

Meanwhile, hopeful graduates who attended the job fair exposé had the opportunity to chat with the various Public Relation Officers (PROs) on the job opportunities offered them and ask pertinent questions about how their institutions operate. In the job exposition market on Wednesday11 November 2009, employers from various walks of life were expected to make themselves available to students as they would be required to explain detail procedures as to how graduates should apply for job.

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