NUM and JB Marks Education Trust Fund leads Gauteng into the 4th Industrial Revolution

The JB Marks Education Trust Fund, a bursary scheme that was established by the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) will host the 8th edition of the Annual JB Marks Career Exhibition from the 15th to the 18th of May 2019.  This time, the host province is Gauteng, and the adequately named expo this year is “My Future 4.0 Career Skills and Development Expo” and will take place at the TicketPro Dome, Northriding in Johannesburg.

Local Schools from the North, including schools from Cosmo City, Diepsloot and Honeydew will release their Grade 9 learners for the Expo.  All the Gauteng public school, from as far as Soweto, Tembisa, Alexandra and Orange Farm were invited to attend at a no-fee charge, courtesy of JB Marks Education Trust Fund – who will be covering their entry tickets. The learners will be treated to a wide variety of organisations that will showcase ground-breaking, thought-leading and innovative digital technologies, to enable them to grasp which career opportunities are available for them to consider and explore possible future career choices.

My Future 4.0 is a world-first, 3-hour experience, buzzing with everything digital to prepare for the future workplace!  Exhibitors will include, amongst others, Microsoft, Google, and various companies from the digital marketing and infrastructure, Artificial Intelligence, Medical Technology, Financial Technology, Virtual Reality, Gaming, Coding, Cybersecurity, Film and Media, Robotics and many more industries. The entry ticket is R195 per person and open to everyone, children under the age of 12 can enter for free.  JB Marks Education Trust Fund is covering the entry tickets for all public schools in Johannesburg.

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