NCCC 4th Annual Career Fair Gains Ground, As Several Lectures On Their Success Stories To Students

Mr. Lynon Martor, DEO with some Peace Corps volunteers at the program

The campus of the Nimba County Community College was scene of several Liberian entrepreneurs who had gathered there to share their experiences in life to both high school and college students during the observing of the Annual Career Fair Day organized by the College.

The Theme of this year’s program is “Impacting Our Generation; Vision Keepers” with participants from every sector of the Liberian business community, including some agencies of the Liberian Government used the occasion to publicly showcase some of their products.

Mr. Abraham Jabateh, Director of I-Help Liberia Project, a Peace Corps Volunteer and Mrs. Sangay Faeflin of the Ministry of Education at the program

Speakers at the program included, Borwen Levi Sayon; National Policy Coordinator at REDD, Dr. Siedoh Freeman of the Phebe Hospital in Bong County, Thomas Gbokie, Jr.; Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Agriculture, Mr. Taa Wongbe; Managing Partner; the Khana, Mr. Checago Bright-Sawo; Founder and Chief Executive officer (CEO) of Checago Bright and Deputy Managing Director of the Liberia Telecommunication Corporation, and Mr. Jallah C. Kesselly; President & Chief Executive Officer of Nobel Libera.

A representative from Nobel Liberia was also at the program

The speakers used the occasion to address students and others who had gathered in the auditorium of the College shared their experiences and success stories, motivating them to utilize the importance of education, and further urged them to be determined in whatever they crave for.

Speakers at the program

Each of the speakers in their presentations eloquently lectured the students with their success stories and huddles during their early journey to life; making references of their commitment in whatever steps they took in life.

They also called on students to be decisive in whatever career they want to venture in, stressing, “Your dedication and honesty will pave the way to your success. Remember life is how you make of it,” the speakers urged the students.

At the end of the nearly two hours long program, those who spoke at the NCCC’s 4th Annual Career Fair Day received gifts, a cloth made in honor of the College from the administration of the College.

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Joel Cholo Brooks is a Liberian journalist who previously worked for several international news outlets including the BBC African Service. He is the CEO of the Global News Network which publishes two local weeklies, The Star and The GNN-Liberia Newspapers. He is a member of the Press Union Of Liberia (PUL) since 1986, and several other international organizations of journalists, and is currently contributing to the South Africa Broadcasting Corporation as Liberia Correspondent.