Don’t miss this year’s Career Expo

Are you looking for high school, tertiary education or career advice? Then the 2019 Career Expo is the place to be. School leavers, parents, and learners will have access to information on various South African educational institutes.

Visit Job Mail for a variety of tertiary education and training courses.

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What is the Career Expo?

As the only national public exhibition of its kind in South Africa, the Career Expo is an event held across the country that is not to be missed by learners. This is an opportunity for learners and their guardians or parents to explore the different careers that are out there. They’ll gain insight into different career options and learn more about tertiary institutes in South Africa. The expo provides learners with access to information on university courses, financial support, and accommodation.

Primary school children and their parents or guardians can benefit from information about the different high schools they may choose to attend. They’ll also discover tools on how to succeed at high school if they attend the expo. Other relevant topics include admission criteria and extracurricular activities. Learners can also find out more about the special programs the various high schools offer.

At the core of this expo is a dedication to promoting education in South Africa and ensuring that the relevant information is accessible so that learners can make the right choices. The 2019 Career Expo is sponsored by SABS Education and it aims to make this information accessible to every learner in South Africa, including under-resourced schools, small schools, and homeschooled learners.

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What are the benefits of attending the Career Expo?

You’ll get the opportunity to meet university representatives at the Career Expo. Ask them questions and hear more about the courses on offer at their educational institutions. Field specialists will be in attendance to offer you advice on the career that you’re thinking about pursuing. This is your chance to gain insight into the duties and expectations that are associated with the various careers. The discussions and presentations at the expo offer you valuable information so that you can be sure that you’re pursuing the best career path for your skills and preferences. If you didn’t study straight after school and want to return to university to further your education, the Career Expo is the place that you need to visit to get information about all the options available.

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Career Expo Dates

  • 25 – 26 January, Greenstone Mall, Johannesburg
  • 8 – 9 February, Pavillion, Durban
  • 22 – 23 February, Clearwater Mall, Johannesburg
  • 8 – 9 March, Cavendish Square, Cape Town
  • 17 – 18 May, The Glen, Johannesburg South
  • 31st of May – 1st of June, Ilanga Mall, Nelspruit
  • 28 – 29 June, Knysna Oyster Festival Sport Grounds
  • 12 – 13 July, Mall of the North, Polokwane
  • 26 – 27 July, Menlyn Park, Pretoria
  • 16 – 17 August, Walmar Mall, Port Elizabeth
  • 30 – 31 August, Somerset West, Cape Town
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Now that you know more about the Career Expo, you can diarise the dates and make sure that you don’t miss out on this exciting event.

If you can’t decide what to study after school, you can look at attending various short courses to develop your skills. Visit the training courses section on Job Mail for more information.

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11 Responses

  1. I’m interested in the event. Will bring along my 8 year old and 16 year old.

  2. Claude says:

    We will definately attend as we are in training and recruiting including job placements. We will continue to monitor the developments.

    • Innocentia says:

      Claude my name Is Innocentia I’m doing my second year in bachelor degree in supplychain management and I am currently looking for a job it can either be internships or inservice training or anything, can you kindly assist my email address or you can contact me in 079 909 6970 with further information. Thanking you in advance

  3. Nokwanda nkosi says:

    Even a college student can attend this?

  4. Kwame Boakye says:

    I love nd I want to join

  5. Matlhodi Moalosi says:

    I definitely be there. Will bring my nephew(9) and niece(14).

  6. Lethu Khoba says:

    More inteerested in developing my art skills. Love to sketch & paint

  7. Brian says:

    I want do Boilermaker skilled

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