Still Shantal I forgot to say I was doing Chemical Engineering .
Hi Shantal, thank you sharing your story with us. Firstly, we're so proud of you for taking up the challenge of studying chemical engineering we definitely need more Springsters in this field. Rejection is part of life and it should never put us down but instead use it as encouragement. Remember a 'no' is not the end of the world but sometimes it is a 'not for you just yet'. So keep your head up high Springster. It's advisable to consult your lecturers about the companies nearest to you that can assist with you doing an internship. Your lecturers should give you guidance on companies or institutions that will help in you getting practical experience so that you get your diploma. Also search for "chemical engineering internships" online. All the best Springster.
Hello , I've been applying for internships and nothing . I have been rejected to the point that it brought me down emotionally . Please can you please help me with websites or links I can log into to apply because I really need this internship to get a Diploma and further my studies .
I study financial management now am having my N6 I have been applying for internships but with no luck until I decided to go to a local secondary school in my area asking them to do their finance now am busy there and am enjoying and am gaining experience day by day...
Hey id lyk to ask how do u get a learnership??
Hi Springster, it depends on the field that you want to go into. You should do research online and some learnerships are published in the paper. If there's a specific company that you'd like to get a learnership from, check on their website if they offer them. Companies that offer learnerships will have the details of how to apply on their website.
Hi where do I found hurambee?
Hey Springer I suggest that you go online www.harambe.com You first apply online then they make an appointment for you. Enjoy darling
hi everyone.... im currently doing grade 11 and i would like to ask that when is the right time to apply for a bursary and university
Hi Phumie, we suggest you start researching now for any bursary opportunities. It may be too early to apply for some, but knowing what they expect in terms of academic results will help you work harder to achieve what is needed to get the bursary. Google is a great place to start when looking for opportunities. Universities usually have lots of info on different bursary opportunities too, so reach out to the institution to find out more. All the best for your matric year!
Hi there my name is Vuyelwa I'm 16 going to do grade11 next yearI don't know which career is suited for me so can you please help
Hi Vuyelwa111. Take a deep breath, don't panic. This decision is all yours to make and think of it as having power instead of becoming stressed. My advice would be to choose the subjects you're already good at. The subjects you get better grades in. That way you'll choose subjects you're naturally better at doing great at and that will be easier to choose a future from there. Good luck!
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