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Johannesburg Dream Center hosts Career Expo at S’godiphola Secondary School on March 26, 2022!

Johannesburg Dream Center is a registered Non-Profit Company and PBO aimed at responding to the situation that Johannesburg has found itself in.

We are so excited to announce that on Saturday 26 March we will be hosting Girl you can do it Men’s tribe event at S’godiphola Secondary School in Cosmo City, Extension 6.

The event will be divided into three sections: Career expo, Seminar and games. The purpose of the career expo is to offer learners the opportunity to consider their future and further education.

It will also help learners in general career planning, subjects’ selection and informing them about possible future opportunities. After that there will be several games that learners will play such as soccer, netball, spelling bee and body image, just to refresh their minds.

Please help us with donations such as toiletries, diaries, snack packs and stationery packs to give away to learners after the event to show our appreciation. You are welcome to drop off the donation at our office.

Our office is open Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 15:00pm – 1st Floor, Northlands Corner, Witkoppen and New Market Road. For more information contact us on 081-402-8576. 

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