Africa-Press – Côte d’Ivoire. The Regional Directorate of National Education and Literacy (DRENA) of Soubré, organized its 8th edition of career days in order to guide and orient students and parents of students to good socio-professional integration.
The ceremony was held on Thursday March 15, 2023, at the KLV high school in Meagui in the presence of the vice-president of the management board of the Kôthot les Lumières college in Meagui, Bah Bi Bruno, the regional director of National Education and the Literacy (DRENA), Vazoumana Cissé, the sub-prefect of Meagui, Adjé Allou Guillaume and actors and partners of the education system.
Placed, under the theme, “Which school for which Ivorian citizen”, these career days, according to the director of the Information and Orientation Center (CIO), Yéo Siaka, aim to inform the school population about the training possibilities of the Ivorian education system.
“It is a question of offering a framework for meetings and exchanges between pupils and parents of pupils, on the one hand, and professionals from companies and trades, universities and grandes écoles, on the other hand. , in order to make known to the first cities, the different trades of our industrial fabric and their requirements”, he explained.
According to him, these career days are the only opportunity for students and parents of students to have the right and real information for the pursuit of studies. An idea supported by the regional director of National Education of Soubré, Vazoumana Cissé who reminded parents that these career days are the place and the moment to have appropriate support for the construction of socio-professional projects.
“Seize this opportunity to meet professionals and specialists for successful socio-professional integration,” said Mr. Cissé, urging students and parents of students to take ownership of these activities and exchanges to get the most out of them and avoid risky choices. training courses.
The vice-president of Kôthoh les lumière college, Bah Bi Bruno, while recalling the objectives of career days, explained that it is in view of the importance of career days in the lives of learners that Kôthoh college lights has decided to support them through this sponsorship.
This is why he urged the students to take as much information as possible about the different structures in order to make the judicious choice when the time comes which engages and orders their future life. “Your integration into socio-professional life depends on it,” he concluded.
Representing the prefect of Meagui, the sub-prefect, Adjé Allou Guillaume, for his part, urged students and parents of students to take the right information, because bad orientations are often the cause of school failures.
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