Panelists at a one – day National Career Day Symposium have taught over 100 students about the importance of wisely choosing perfect careers while still in high school for the betterment of their future.
Serving as one of the panelists, Assistant Gender Minister for Child Protection Mamensie Kabba spoke on the relevance of political science to national development, urging students to choose political science because the field is open for good jobs.
For his part, Cllr. Kwame Clement, Professor at the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law also spoke on the relevance of law to national development.
He says without law in a state, the state becomes deadly and nasty, cautioning students to seek law as their career.
In order to become a lawyer, Cllr. Clement says one should have good skill in persuading others, be a very good reader and have the ability to write.
He discloses that becoming a lawyer is not easy, but it’s worthy.
For his part, Nathan N. Gbelee, SEIL Founder and Executive Director says his institution had the first edition of the national career day symposium in June last year.
This year, he says SEIL decided to partner with another institution in conducting the program.
Mr. Gbelee points out that the program intends to help program young people that the nation can rely upon hire its own technocrats and experts to solve the nation’s complications and mysteries.
The program was hosted by Sustainable Educational Initiative Liberia Incorporated (SEIL) in partnership with Monrovia City Corporation (MCC) Youth Affairs Unit.
It brought together over 10 high schools across Monrovia.
–As SEIL ends one day career symposium
By Ben P. Wesee –Edited by Winston W. Parley