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5 UoN students won the Equity Hackathon Competition

Friday, May 20, 2022

5 UoN students participated in a month long Equity Hackathon competition and were crowned winners. Maluki Muthusi and Franklin Bosire were first runners up, Herbet Kimani, 2nd runners up and in position 4, Janet Mugambi and Jude Thaddeus. These students are all 4th year, Bachelor of Science, Computer Science students mentored by Dr. Elisha Abade, a Lecturer at the Department of Computer Science and Informatics.

Changing the Food Security Narrative in Kenya through the AICAT Program

The Office of the Dean of Students and Career Services on Monday May 23 2022 held an orientation session followed by interviews for 94 shortlisted Faculty of Agriculture, Veterinary Medicine and Biosystems Engineering Students out of 174 received expressions of interest. The orientation session was held at MLT 401 at the UoN Towers, 4th Floor and was attended by University of Nairobi and Kenya Water Institute students shortlisted for the AICAT Program.

ALX presents the Africa Career Catalyst Programme

ALX has just launched the Africa Career Catalyst (ACC), a rigorous 5-week, fully digital programme that equips you with the skills, mindsets and tools you need to land a job: from how to overcome self-defeating mindsets like fixed mindsets or impostor syndrome, to professional skills like interviewing, networking and cover-letter writing. 

Mangu High School Career Guidance session and Tour

The Office of the Dean of students and career Services on Wednesday February 16, 2022 hosted 50 students from Mang'u High School for a Career Guidance session and tour at the Faculties of Engineering and Health Sciences.

The UoN Office of Career Services has therefore been mandated to engage High School students offering them career advice and also recruiting them to consider joining the University. This entails;

APPLY FOR THE FRENCH LANGUAGE ASSISTANTS 2021-2022 PROGRAM (DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION 8th JANUARY 2021)

To All UoN French Students-In 2019-2020, the University of Nairobi and other Kenyan Universities sent 66 French Language Assistants to France to teach English in French High School for at least 7 months following the bilateral agreement between President Uhuru Kenyatta and President Emmanuel Macron of France when he visited Kenya in March 2019.

HIGH IMPACT ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAM (HIEP) - A SURVEY FOR THE LAUNCH

Jasiri is a one-year entrepreneurship development program for high potential individuals (under the age of 35) who display entrepreneurial intention-, maturity, and competencies to form part of a community of high impact responsible entrepreneurs.

FREE CYBER SECURITY TRAINING BY FORTINET

The Office of Career Services has partnered with Fortinet PLC to offer Free Cybersecurity Training to students and staff.  

Click on this link Fortinet. Once you click on get started you have the option to review the courses you want to attempt. Once you are ready select public login and register to start.