Huawei South Africa recently held a job fair for 130 graduates from its ICT Academies at various tertiary institutions around the country. The aim of the event was to give students an opportunity to meet with potential employers.
Huawei, as well as a variety of major ICT companies with a presence in South Africa, including Mustek, Pinnacle, Nambiti Technologies, Business Connexion and Khanya Africa, were at the fair. More than 50 of the students will be employed in internships, 40 at Huawei, plus one or two from each of the 10 partner companies who participated.
In addition to the job fair, Huawei is recruiting 48 ICT graduates with outstanding academic results for the Huawei Graduate Programme
“Huawei is working to empower learners to be very ready to not only work in the ICT industry but also improve the standards of ICT,” says Huawei ICT Academy director, Han Jiang. “This job fair not only gives them the chance to see how those skills can be applied in the working world as well as where they might need to further upskill themselves.”
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