"Now, I know what to do!"

It was the first career expo at KCC. Students from grade 9 to grade 12 had been invited to inform themselves about the different ways they can go in high school and after matric. 

"We had a great and successful event. The attendance by the children was great.", said pastor Dlepuma, a KCC board member and one of the speakers of the day.

There had been approximately 80 children some from KCC and others from the schools around. They were welcomed by Kgomotso, program manager of KCC, who had come up with the idea of a career expo just before application period starts in June. She had invited people from different eductional institutions to speak in front of the learners. Speakers motivated them to work hard on their studies, told them about what to consider in making career choices and choosing subjects.

At the end of the day many students went home saying: "Now, I know what I want to do!"

The KCC kids also did what they are known for. Their performances in choir, dance, and drama was amazing. They were a good example of what you can achieve if you have a plan in life and practice hard. KCC wants to thank all speakers and participants for such a stunning well done job.

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