Keeping in mind the welfare of students, the alumni of Sechü – Zubza Don Bosco School on Saturday organized a seminar on career guidance.The seminar was held with Theja Meru, a renowned musician and proprietor of Dream Café and the Heritage as resource person. Mhomo, EAC, a past pupil of DBS Zubza and Ruben, District Transport Officer, and around 150 students participated in the programme.
Theja Meru gave example of his own life; how he longed and dreamed of becoming a singer to eventually become one. He stressed on the importance of being passionate in life especially with regard to career while also warning the students against shifting goals. Mhomo spoke on the need of grabbing the opportunities that were made available to the schools like library, skit competitions co-curricular activities etc., and that these opportunities mend and prepare the students to take up responsibilities in life. Reuben presented to students the different branches of studies for different jobs and encouraged the students to be God fearing and to yearn for His wisdom.
Earlier the programme was chaired by Kedoroko president of Past Pupils and the vote of thanks was delivered by John a student representative of Don Bosco School, Zubza.