Helping more students to reach the finish line – Caster Semenya Foundation and Boston City Campus.

Announcement of partnership between the Caster Semenya Foundation and Boston City Campus.

Being a Higher Education Institution, Boston City Campus has a vision that includes improving the working lives of both those that are employed or not employed through a Higher Education offering appropriate for the person, the skills level and the intended career path. We have found that it is very difficult to encourage successful sport people to further their education, as at the time of success life seems to come very easily, money flows in, and they enjoy the fruits of their physical efforts. However, life has some bumps, unplanned for events, family circumstances – there is a range we have all felt the chaos brought by unplanned events in 2020.  It is for these reasons that Boston was thrilled to be approached by the Caster Semenya Foundation to be the education partner to the foundation. The Caster Semenya Foundation was established in 2016 with the aim of raising awareness, funds for selected campaigns, and making contributions to communities on a national level.  Having attained higher education herself, Caster Semenya has used her foundation to reach out and aid more learners to achieve their academic goals. “Being a successful sportsperson, people may think that one wouldn’t need Higher Education, but I know how important it is to be involved in your own finances, be able to question, be able to plan for your future, and be able to create different futures should the need arise. 2020 has shown us how important it is to be able to take advantage of new job opportunities, to be able to contribute to your own business or a corporate where you are employed, and to gain new skills in order to remain relevant. Our futures are uncertain, Higher Education gives us a step up the ladder for us to remain relevant in chaotic times” she says.

The foundation therefore set out to find an education partner, so that we could provide sponsorships in quality and accredited Higher Education to awardees that the Caster will select. Boston City Campus fit the criteria for this sponsorship for a number of reasons -they have a passion for education, they care about each individual student and the student’s success in a career and workplace, they have a national footprint that allows learners to remain home, save on residential costs, and continue to contribute to the home while studying. They moved seamlessly into a fully online institution when faced with a lockdown, and their learners continued the year with studies and assessments uninterrupted. Boston is so committed to their graduates that they have established a programme that is unique in the higher education fields, called Graduate+.  This programme hand holds students after graduation providing aspect of employment not usually provided to students. It includes….   They are both locally accredited and globally recognised, which has also become an important factor in gaining qualifications and being able to compete on a global playing field.  The Caster Semenya Foundation is proud to announce an education partnership with Boston City Campus. This will run over a multi-year period, with multiple bursaries awarded over this time, in the higher education arena.

We will monitor and coach the awardees as they progress through their education journey, and look forward to seeing these students graduate and continue to succeed.

The new rules for landing a job in the COVID Era

The new rules for landing a job in the COVID Era  (or Building a Resilient Approach to Your Job Search during COVID-19)

The economic slowdown resulting from the pandemic has catalysed changes in the job seeking landscape.  And with unemployment at a record high in South Africa, job searching requires new strategies in order to successfully navigate this changed environment.

“Whether you are a graduate or someone wanting to make a career change, understanding how COVID has altered the job search market can help accelerate the achievement of finding employment,” says Natalie Rabson, Wellness and Career Guidance Counsellor at Boston City Campus.

Natalie recommends the following strategies for successfully landing a job in the COVID era.

What is the most effective way to job hunt now?

It is ironic that in a time of social distancing, connecting and connection have become more important than ever.

This is the time to reinvent your networking strategy.  Whether it’s joining a group online or starting a conversation over a social media post: it’s time to make yourself visible.  Post articles.  Engage in comments and conversations to show your knowledge on a topic.  Catch up with former colleagues.

How has CV writing changed?

Overcoming the first hurdle of getting the job is to get your CV through the applicant tracking system known as ATS.  This means including keywords such as the skills and experience mentioned in the job spec, relating these requirements to previous work experience.

Further illustrate your competency with links to published work and include relevant work samples.

“Flexibility is a key quality, especially during this time of unprecedented changes brought on by Covid-19.  Share examples of how you adapted or pivoted during this time, showing your ability to apply your skills to support changing business needs.

Do my skills need enhancing or refreshing?

Improving your existing skills or acquiring new skills can boost your employability.  Use job posts as a guide to see which skills are in demand.

“Learning a new skill can enhance your current offering or even change your career trajectory if you are wanting a new direction,” says Natalie.   “This could be through avenues such as online courses, a personal project or job shadowing.”

Where to look

Check out LinkedIn and other job sites such as careers24.com or careerjunction.co.za for employment opportunities.  Look on LinkedIn to see if you have a contact who can introduce you to a company where you would like to work.  Boston Graduates have the advantage of taking part in the Graduate+ programme which assist both with recruitment tactics and CV building through online modules, cv assessment, interview coaching and more.

Recruitment updates can also be found on Twitter and LinkedIn by following people or companies in fields you want to pursue.

Has job interviewing changed?

Most interviews are still being conducted online.  And in this scenario, first impressions count. Unlike a face-to-face meeting where you can enter a room, shake hands, make eye contact etc, your visual presence makes the greatest impact in the online environment.

It is important to be as comfortable as possible in the virtual environment. This means rehearsing in a mock interview situation to prepare yourself by roleplaying with a colleague or friend.  Extend this to knowing your way around the video communications app.  This creates an overall good impression while increasing your confidence levels.

“Support yourself further by writing out key points about your skills in advance in relation to the job requirements.  Post the list near the camera to avoid looking down,” says Natalie.

What are the basic Do’s and Don’ts for a positive virtual communication style?

  • Do look at the camera.  That is the equivalent of making eye contact.
  • Avoid looking at your own image as this makes you seem distracted.
  • Rest your hands on your lap or your desk rather than folding your arms across your chest.
  • Avoid side and back lighting as this will cause a shadow on your face or create a silhouette image of you. Face your largest light source (usually a window) directly in front of you.
  • Make sure your camera is at the same level as your eyes so that people are not looking up at or down on you.
  • Make sure your surroundings are tidy and appropriate.
  • Lastly smile.  It’ll put both you and your interviewer more at ease.

How to stay upbeat and Overcome self-doubt  

Job hunting requires perseverance.   The trick is to keep at it, despite any disappointments along the way, to ensure success at the end.

Focus on what you can control such as enhancing your CV, strengthening your online connections and presence and learning new skills – all of which can boost your confidence.

“Keep in mind that despite the fact that it may take time, it is a temporary situation. And while it’s important to prioritize your job search, focus on other areas too.  Spending time with friends, reading an uplifting book or other nurturing activities will help support you through this time while giving you  a positive outlook, enabling you to build a resilient approach to the post-Covid-19 job market,” concludes Natalie.

 

 

Boston Joins the war on Covid by resisting fee increase.

Boston Joins the war on Covid by resisting fee increase.

While we recognise that people talk of ‘the new normal’ Boston does not believe that this life we are now living is normal in any way. Having to avoid physical contact with the ones you love, staying distant from friends family and colleagues, finding new ways to travel, to work and to study, as well as to earn a living – this is new, but it is far from normal.

So what can we as educators do to help our students? Our move in 2019, from attending campus to online learning, application and registration happened seamlessly.  We created new ways to maintain contact with students and lecturers, and to create the feeling that we area team, we all belong, and we are here for you, our students.

As part of our commitment to getting students through the pandemic in an academically successful way, our board has committed to NO FEE INCREASE for the 2021 Semester A. Application and registration happens online, keeping you safe while readying yourself to achieve your goals. The pandemic will create a new world of work, remote shopping, remote learning and remote working, that may extend beyond the life of the virus. For this we must be prepared so that we can take advantage of opportunities to grow in our careers and our earning potential.

We have learned that perhaps we are not as secure as we felt, we may need to put in more effort, become more creative, and notice everyone around us with kindness. In order to overcome the chaos, we need to put plans in place that will give us security of some sorts, an edge over other job seekers, a flair for entrepreneurial activities. One Boston graduate of the travel diploma, Ncumisa Mkabile is now growing spinach and supplying large chain stores!

Ronica Maluleke Ngasama, brand ambassador graduate, recognised the need for deliveries of farm fresh goods, and established a successful business. So now is the time to apply and register for a qualification that will give you business understanding, financial savvy and a solid basis for running your own business in any industry.

Says Dr Hendrik Botha, Head of Institution, “Due to the Covid-19 socioeconomic impact, Boston will not be increasing tuition fees for Semester A 2021 registrations.

Our commitment to continuously expand access to quality higher education is also evident in our “Invest in SA” campaign wherein up to a 33% subsidy is provided for all our Higher Certificate programmes.

 

 

At Boston, our core benefits remain unchanged:

  • Textbooks and online learning experiences included.
  • Student Advisors to help keep you motivated and on-track.
  • Full-Time Educators to assist with academic support, tuition planning, student wellness, etc.
  • Online LMS for access to video lectures, teaching & learning, assessments, feedback, etc. available 24/7.
  • Forty-five nationwide Support Centres for access to ICT, study & exam venues, if required.”

While we usually make new year’s resolutions, high and lofty, that fall flat by February, this year we advise our students to live a life of purpose. Instead of resolutions, create intentions. Don’t hold yourself to impossible dreams, but live with the intention of achieving your dreams step by step. In that way they are more attainable. And Boston will be with you to hep you achieve your academic goals, step by step and module by module, our aim is to see you graduate, whether on screen or on a stage. Either way get ready to put your name in lights!

Call now 011 551 2000, visit www.boston.ac.za or email info@boston.co.za for call back.

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No fee increase SemA-2021

No fee increase SemA-2021

Dear Current and Prospective Students:

Firstly, a warm welcome to 2021.

Due to the Covid-19 socioeconomic impact, Boston will not be increasing tuition fees for Semester A 2021 registrations.

Our commitment to continuously expand access to quality higher education is also evident in our “Invest in SA” campaign wherein up to a 33% subsidy is provided for all our Higher Certificate programmes.

At Boston, our core benefits remain unchanged:

  • Textbooks and online learning experiences included.
  • Student Advisors to help keep you motivated and on-track.
  • Full-Time Educators to assist with academic support, tuition planning, student wellness, etc.
  • Online LMS for access to video lectures, teaching & learning, assessments, feedback, etc. available 24/7.
  • Forty-five nationwide Support Centres for access to ICT, study & exam venues, if required.

We look forward to assisting you on your journey to success.

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Addressing the issue of anxiety and our mental wellbeing

Matric may be over but the challenges aren’t.

An interview with Nonhlanhla Dube of Boston City Campus

  1. Now that exams are over for matrics, after a horrible year, how should they cope with the wait until results are released? What challenges do you believe they are facing?
  • Waking up and not having anything to do for the day. No more study schedules to follow, no structure to the day.
  • Maybe not having decided on what next
  • Waiting for results and the anxiety of what they will be
  • Waiting to hear if you have been accepted into your selected course and the delayed start of tertiary for 2021
  • The pressure of not performing well, and maybe disappointing yourself and others who believe in you.
  1. What advice do you have to combat the anxiety?
  • Start making your plans and goals for 2021. Decide on what industry you want to study in. Complete the Career Compass at Boston to find your industry. Then establish ALL the options that are in that industry eg IT. If you are expecting good results in maths, the systems diploma is a great option. If your results are not what you expected look at N+ which gets you into the industry.  If that is not an option, then there are other qualifications such as data capture, computer clerk and others. What we want to say is there will always be an option to get into your preferred industry!
  • Remain active – you deserve a rest but you need to be doing stuff! Read, rest, connect digitally with friends. Look for work. Try get a few weeks of vac work – it will give you a reason to get up in the morning, a chance to earn some money, and an opportunity to network. And it’s great for your mental health!
  • Be proactive for future studies – make applications, make inquiries and speak to counsellors. This will not just fall in your lap.
  • Start creating a CV if you do not have one, keep a file with certificates and a record of all work you do. Ask for reference letter as soon as the work is completed – it’s easier than going back to ask after time has passed.
  1. Let’s address the issue of anxiety and our mental wellbeing?
  • This affects everyone – we have had a nasty confusing and horrible year. Yes, we all have things we can be grateful for but 2020 threw us off our tracks.  Believe in yourself, find your niche and have confidence, be kind to others and most important, be gentle to yourself. This is important advice!!  You will feel pressure from school from teachers, parents and friends, they may have high expectations, you may be concerned about disappointing them. But there is always a next step for you. Create NOW plan B. and then create plan C. If you create your new options, you will feel calmer.
  1. How does Boston address this anxiety that students feel?
  • Boston makes sure that there is a study opportunity for everyone, as much as possible! We provide free career counselling to everyone, with no commitment. We have established a Graduate+ programme to help with extraneous matters such as CV building, interview techniques, advice for employment and various learnership and job opportunities.
  1. Can you really say that everything will be ok when you don’t know what student results will be?

Imagine the worst, and then you can face it if it happens. If the worst is that you fail  -then decide now on your plan B. Do you rewrite matric? Or do you try do a qualification for which a matric is not needed? Our advice from Boston is to redo matric.  There are options if you don’t have a matric, but we do believe that if you have the capacity, it is worth investing in your future and repeating if you did not pass. And it’s NOT a big deal!

  • There is a lot out there and the next best step is to speak to a counsellor and find out what are your plan A,  plan B and plan C options. Then when you get your results you will be calm because no matter what, there is a plan in place.

 

NUMBER FOR LIFELINE 0861 322 322

Adcock Ingram Depression and Anxiety Helpline
0800 70 80 90

SADAG Mental Health Line
011 234 4837

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This week we’re interviewing Leza Soldaat, Academic & Quality Manager of the Bachelor of Social Science at Boston

Leza Soldaat - Academic Quality Manager at Boston City CampusHello, My name is Leza Soldaat and I am the Academic & Quality Manager of the Bachelor of Social Science At Boston.

Social Science is an exciting field of study that helps us makes sense of the complex world we inhabit. In so doing, this field of study enables us to envision new possibilities for a better, more equitable human society. Boston’s Bachelor of Social Sciences develops students with the necessary critical thinking skills to become both agents of change and influencers within a wide range of industries on local, national and global stages. Students are exposed to the following subjects: Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, Public Administration and Economics and Management Sciences.

The purpose of the qualification is to ensure that graduates are equipped with the knowledge, theory and methodology of the important disciplines in sociology, anthropology and psychology to enable them to demonstrate initiative and responsibility in a professional or academic context where application of the principles and theory are emphasised as a basis for entry into the labour market, professional training, Postgraduate study, or professional practice in a wide range of careers within civil society, the public or private sectors.

The challenges facing Africa in the twenty-first century demands a new generation of graduates who will think in fresh and innovative ways about the common good as both an economically sustainable and socially viable objective. Prospective students who are energised by the many possibilities for making a difference in society will find the BSocSci intellectually stimulating and practically robust. With a deep understanding of human society and social relationships in all their complexity, graduates will be able to make sense of a range of critical topics as part of a broader conversation about improving the quality of life and economic viability.

The breadth and depth of learning achieved by graduates reflect a broad repertoire of skill- and knowledge-sets consisting of principles, theoretical engagement and levels of intellectual independence characteristic of a first Bachelor’s Degree within the Social Sciences and Humanities, facilitating access to the world of work and promotes critical and analytical citizenship. For a rapidly evolving and growing nation, this qualification forms part of the increase in the provision of graduates with higher order capabilities to grow the economy, to advance social transformation, and to remain regionally relevant and globally competitive.

The qualification also provides exciting career opportunities within Government Departments and NGO’s/NPO’s, Communications and Public Relations, Media and Advertising, Health Provision, Community Services, Consultancy Firms, Education and Management, for example:
• Research or Social Planning
• Market Research and Analysis
• Communication Practitioners
• Community Development Practitioner
• Civil Servant
• Political Official
• Policy Researcher
• Ethics And Governance Officer
• Activist, Special Interest Consultant or Lobbyist
• Junior Anthropologist
• Correctional Officer
• Public Relations Person
• Organisational or Human Resource Planner
• Gender Equality/Equity Consultant

The Bachelor of Social Science is a response to the critical and scarce skills demand lists published annually in South Africa wherein the demand for competent individuals who can: critically assess and present information in written and oral forms; structure and present logical arguments; analyse material and opinions; reach informed decisions; work autonomously and collaboratively; accept leadership for self and others; display organisational and programme/project management capabilities across all sectors in society. The current and future need for competent middle and senior level professionals has been expressed by employers and employees.

See www.boston.ac.za, call 011 551 2000.

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Voted Best College for 12 years running – here’s why!

Voted Best College for 12 years running – here’s why!

Deciding where and what to study are huge decisions, and at Boston we know that this decision can be quite daunting.

With over 100 different career paths, and 45 colleges, the success of Boston is shown in the high through-put rate achieved by the learners, and the high student satisfaction of students.  The unique training methodology initially employed by Boston provides equal and consistent learning opportunities for all learners, no matter their academic background. Boston’s offerings include:  Postgraduate; Higher Certificates, Diplomas, and Degrees, short Learning Programmes; Succeed at short courses and basic entry level work based Occupational Qualifications

There are many factors to consider when you choose a place of Higher Learning. We like students to create their own check list of what is important to them from their higher education institution, take the list with to each institution and investigate if they can tick off the boxes and meet their needs! We believe these should include:

  • Flexibility of study options to include online so that no crisis will disrupt studies
  • A study ‘anywhere anytime’ approach that still allows access to contact centres for use of facilities, peer discussions, access to training advisors
  • Direct and personal access to lecturers to explain material
  • Convenient location to avoid costs of student res, and allow you to stay home and contribute to the family
  • Fees are important – so find out – are my text books included and if not, how much extra will they cost?  Can I make payment arrangements for fees?
  • Very important – is the degree or diploma accredited locally? And globally recognised? Will I be able to take my studies further both locally and internationally?
  • How will the institution help prepare me for the world of work, and what assistance is given?
  • What type of history does the institution have?

Why does Boston place value on international accreditation? Anyone aspiring for a career in the corporate domain needs to have a global mindset to get a career break in the current business industry. ‘International’ is a serious concept and buzzword in today’s marketplace. It is a highly valued aspect of ones CV. Even when you operate locally, it makes you that much more attractive to your local employers. Boston was awarded accreditation as an Independent Higher Education institution with the British Accreditation Council (BAC). Boston is also a candidate for accreditation of specific programmes with the ACBSP (Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programmes), United States of America.

Boston uses a blended learning approach using technology, training advisors and educators. All Boston Higher Education and occupational qualifications are accessible online, allowing students to easily study from home/work, or at a support centre. While distance learning traditionally involved sending the learner a set of books, Boston preferred a different approach and curated online lectures in order to teach and explain text, and give over personal industry experience from the lecturers. This raises the academic success rate of students. Boston students can personally contact their lecturers should they wish.

Boston prepares students for work – it’s that simple. Whether as a business owner, an entrepreneur or an employee. The Graduate+ Programme is part of the Boston ethos of putting our students at the centre of our educational offering. Boston provides a personalised learning experience, meeting the educational and work environment needs of each student. The Graduate+ programme offers students a guarantee that should they not find work within 6 months of graduation, Boston will assist them through the CV programme in training of CV building and job interview techniques, attempt to place them in employment and/or provide them with a higher qualification for free,

Experience has shown that matching interests to a chosen career vastly increases academic and employment success. Therefore, the Career Compass was developed in order to ensure an appropriate match between interest and work. Academic as well as workplace success soars, when you are studying or working with what you love. With results available immediately from the online assessment, you can be applying for the most appropriate career within one hour!

See www.boston.ac.za, call 011 551 2000.

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Tips from Boston on getting through exams and tough times!

Our experience has shown us that more successful outcomes are achieved by people who prepare properly, for exams and other challenges– this includes a mindful diet and exercise programme that must be intentionally scheduled.

Associate Professor Tim Crowe’s gives us some diet tips for successful study and for life:

Some of you will wake up early and get started on just a cup of coffee that you think keeps you going for a few hours. That may well be so – but your body will suffer afterwards as well as your brain! Your brain is your thinking-doing-seeing-hearing-understanding organ – feed it before you use it!!

Do not skip breakfast! It is really the most important meal as it fuels both your body and mind well into the day.  We do understand that healthy food may be pricey, but shop wisely and try and include fruit with natural sugars in your breakfast. These sugars give more sustained energy than jelly beans.

Sweet potatoes are one of the low GI (glycaemic index if you are interested!)  foods that sustain your energy for longer – real brain food. Cook some for the week and eat for breakfast.

What else is important diet wise – that students don’t pay enough attention to? Water is the best drink!  The important thing is to remain hydrated – dehydration is something you do not notice happening but will give you a major energy slump. Set a reminder to have a glass of water every hour, and keep water on your desk. If you need motivation to drink it – drop in lemon slices. We ‘eat with our eyes’ as they say!

When preparing for an exam, go for protein foods over carbohydrate foods as they can help keep your mind more alert.  Fish really is brain food so eat a few servings each week.

  • Colour is nature’s guide to food variety, especially for fruit and vegetables. The more natural colours in the foods you eat the more nutrient variety you are getting.
  • Smart snacking will make you less likely to binge. Eat something nutritious, including a fruit or vegetable.
  • Go for grains, they are the fuel to power you through your day and provide nutrients and fibre. Choose brown bread or health bread rather than white.
  • Bone up on calcium. For healthy bones that you will take well into later life, aim for three servings of dairy, green leafy vegetables or canned fish with bones each day.
  • Five vegetables, two fruit: too easy!
  • Enjoy tea: it’s healthier for you than coffee. And for those who don’t know, there can be more caffeine in a cup of tea than a cup of coffee. It will give you healthier energy and is less likely to dehydrate you.

 

What about getting your body moving? Why should we do it?

Professor Rod Snow’s exercise tips for study and life.

The most important advice from the research carried out in the past few years, is not new breakthrough drugs, but the simple fact that an hour of daily exercise may be the most important single factor to increase general wellbeing, prolong a healthy life, increase fitness and self-esteem, as well as helping you maintain strong bones and a healthy body weight.

Here are some more tips:

• Move more: walk, run, cycle, throw, catch and jump.

• Increase play: particularly outdoors. If you need your study break – meet your friends outside for 30 minutes of kicking a soccer ball, or a brisk walk.

• Take the stairs rather than the lift.

• Walk as much as you can. If you are stressed and don’t want to leave your house, leave the room and do 50 star jumps – trust me you will be breathless! You will get blood circulating to your brain, you will distract yourself from your work for a bit – when you get back to your desk you will be able to think more clearly.

 

 

With 20-20 vision, Boston is building!

With 20-20 vision, Boston is building!

We all used to use a term about 20-20 vision, seeing with perfect clarity. There is no person who could have foreseen what 2020 would bring to our world, nor could have anticipated the havoc that would reign through our world and the changes that would need to be made. Who would believe that you would not be allowed to enter a bank without a mask?

Having always been leaders in adapting to the needs of the student and corporate and industry, Boston City Campus moved seamlessly into a complete digital educational offering for students including application, registration, academic material and even examinations. Students continued their year uninterrupted, achieving academic goals, including graduation.

What we can say with certainty and clarity, is that further education is essential in order to ensure a successful career and future for school leavers. While the pandemic caused economic chaos, it also opened up many opportunities that will enable people with the appropriate skills to prosper, and to enrich their communities. The new buzzwords of adaptability, flexibility, creativity and leadership are no longer buzzwords but essential skills for business owners and for employees wishing to assist their companies to become profitable. Stories such as those of a pizza restaurant who, when forced to close, used their ovens to make face shields from plastics, thereby keeping their employees with salaries and the business profitable, are learning experiences for every business.

In this environment, Boston has clarity that there are opportunities, and that we need to continue to invest in South Arica and her people to train them to take advantage of all offerings, in order to grow communities, and to develop themselves into successful employers and employees.  It is with great excitement that we moved into our new premises in Polokwane, newly renovated, high tech and ready to get on with the business of upskilling the youth of South Africa.

Says branch manager Sewela Shikweni, “while we recognise the advantages of studying anywhere anytime, we have seen that after 7 months students miss being on campus, miss peer discussions and socialising (even with social distancing and masks) and sometimes need to feel like a ‘normal’ varsity student. We are thrilled to be able to offer all students now a safe and beautiful space to study and see friends. And of course, the continued opportunity to study from home as well. A blended approach to academia that is necessary for our students.  The opening of these new premises shows the absolute faith we have in South Africa and the development of the next generation of leaders and income producers”.

Sewela continues that “at a time when no one is really investing in physical infrastructure, Boston is positive about current and future growth and the need for skills development. Boston is not only positive but excited about the future of South Africa!”

Visit our new premises 18 Thabo Mbeki Street (Opposite Absa Bank in Landros Mare Street)

Visit www.boston.ac.za.

 

 

Inkfish Internships available, always!

Inkfish Internships available, always!

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Gain experience (these are unpaid internships) and refernces

We are always taking in new apprentices, so keep the link for when the time is right for you.

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