JCC conducts career orientation program



Jeddah: Arab News

Published — Wednesday 23 May 2012

Last update 23 May 2012 7:06 am

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Jeddah Calicut Committee (JCC) recently organized a career orientation program for Class 7 to 11 students. There was a multimedia presentation explaining how to choose the best career. A field trip to juice drinks producer Sun Top was another major feature of the program.
“The children were taken to the juice factory in a bus and the factory officials explained the various stages involved in the manufacturing process,” said Nazeer Ahmed, one of the organizers.
“We want to give young students real examples in order to motivate them so that they excel in various fields,” said Ahmed.
JCC plans to conduct more of these programs for the benefit of students and parents in the community. The presentation program on career orientation was held at Sahara Restaurant.

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