ENSEA of Abidjan is getting closer to students from the Gôh and Lôh-Djiboua regions on the occasion of the 8th edition of the national launch of career days in Gagnoa from 12 to 14 March 2020.
These career days organised by the Ministry of National Education, Technical Education and Vocational Training are intended to provide students in all classes from 6th to 12th grade with key information to help them find their way into the world of work.
ENSEA of Abidjan has delegated a team to present the institution and its training courses. In essence, through videos presenting the school and raising awareness of statistical training, these curious students discovered the profession of statistician and its various professional outlets.
More than 4,000 students from the Gôh and Lôh-Djiboua regions visited exhibitors stands from top schools, public and private universities of Côte d’Ivoire and elsewhere invited to this event to make themselves known to learners and give them a better orientation in their studies.
This edition is placed under the chairmanship of Mrs KANDIA Camara, Minister of National Education, Technical Education and Vocational Training and the co-sponsorship of Mr SINDOU Fofana, Minister of Tourism and Leisure and of Mr Bruno Koné NABAGNE, Minister of Construction, Housing and Town Planning, with the effective presence of the special guest, His Excellency the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco in Cote d’Ivoire and a strong delegation of the Ivorian government.
In her opening speech, Mrs KANDIA Camara challenged the learners to a real awareness. “This day allows our youth to make an appointment with the future by definitively turning their backs on violence, cheating and all forms of facilities detrimental to their success.” She added.
In addition, she invited regional and departmental directors to take over the organisation of career days in their various administrative areas. For such an initiative is undoubtedly an undeniable source of motivation to boost the schooling of students. Minister Sindou, for his part, praised the many innovations that had helped to give a better face to the national education system.
Minister Bruno Koné NABAGNÉ, who came to support this 8th edition, did not fail to address the learners as well. “I hope that these days are a window of opportunity open to all these young people, pupils and students, which will enable them to make the right career choice in their interest,” he said. Because when we choose what we want to do, we are more successful.
This 8th edition saw the sharing of life experiences of some role model executives of the region, namely Mrs. Aimée ZEBEYOUX, Secretary of State in charge of Human Rights and a video footage from the former international and emblematic figure, Didier DROGBA, who encouraged this valiant youth at work, a factor of success.
After respectively Bouaké, San Pedro, Abidjan, Yamoussoukro, Man, Daloa and Korhogo, the 8th edition of the National Launch of Career Days (LNJC) has experienced a real craze from prefectural authorities, customary authorities, parents of students and all partners of the education system during the solemn ceremony to launch the Career Days at the Lycée Professionnel of Gagnoa on Friday, March 13, 2020.
Indeed, this platform for exchanges between learners and representatives of training structures on the one hand and with different trades on the other hand, which opened its doors on Thursday 12 March at the Lycée Moderne 1 and 2 is one of the essential links in the support system for learners.
The ceremony ended with the cutting of the ribbon at Lycée Moderne of Gagnoa 1 and 2, followed by a visit to the stand, thus marking the official closing of the 8th edition of the national launch of the Career Days.