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NAKURU HIGH STUDENTS URGED TO EMBRACE TALENTS AND CREATIVE SKILLS

KFCB Corporate Communications Manager, Nelly Muluka led the Board’s Sensitization and Media Literacy Programs in Nakuru Boys High School during the School’s 2019 Career Exploration Conference held on 20th July.

The Conference themed ‘Changing the Equation’ brought together Nakuru High School Alumni, parents, and professionals drawn from various fields with the aim of offering students information and guidelines on careers in different fields.

Representing the Board’s CEO Dr. Ezekiel Mutua, MBS who had been invited as the Keynote Speaker, Muluka stressed that white collar-jobs are becoming hard to get for many young people and advised the students to embrace more on talents and creative-skills which can guide them on career choices.

“It is important for students to have a dream and start working towards their careers in good time other than waiting for completion of Secondary School education. This will ensure that there is a seamless transition from learning to earning,” Muluka said.

Muluka added that the Board is committed towards creating awareness and empowering youths with content safety under the Media Literacy Programme dubbed ‘You Are What You Consume’ a campaign that rallies youths to responsibly create and consume clean content.