Career Forums

Kahatia Secondary School Career Day

Kahatia Secondary School is a mixed, day and boarding school in Murang’a County that was started in 1973.  With a student population of 540 and a mean score of 5.5 in the 2015 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examination, the future can only get brighter for the school.

Kisii School Career Day

The Placement Service attended the Kisii School Career Day, that was held on May 9, 2016 in Kisii County. The function kicked off at 9:00 am with a presentation from the School Band. The head of the Kisii School Careers Board, Mr George Okoth, proceeded to introduce the guests to the students and teachers who had assembled on the school grounds.

Booker Academy 2016 Career Fair

On March 11, 2016, officers from the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service visited Booker Academy in Mumias, Kakamega County, where the Placement Service had been invited for a career fair. The main aim of the career fair was to create awareness on the services offered by the Placement Service to students.

Mithingiini High School


The main aim was to educate the school’s form four students on course selection and address any misconceptions held by them regarding our placement service’s offerings.

  1. Improving knowledge of the Placement Service and its services

Educating the students and their career teacher on the services and courses available to them allows us to increase the alternatives available for students as they consider the next stage of their academic lives. 

Chebunyo Boys Career Fair

The Journey to Chebunyo boys was one not an easy one; it was marred by 30 Kms of a beat-up road. The warm reception accorded to us by the principal and his colleagues however was overwhelming, pleasantries were exchanged and a short tour of the school which we learned was built in 1976 but still in good condition.

In the meantime, former alumni of Chebunyo boys; Mr. Julius Ngetundo who was among the invited guests had a chance to enlighten and give insight to the students about his journey from Chebunyo boys to his successful self to date.

Narok High School Career Fair

On February 14, 2016, officers from the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service visited Narok High School in Narok County to enlighten students on how to make career choices, and to create awareness on the placement of government-sponsored students to universities and colleges.

Senior Chief Koinange Girls High School Career Talk 2016

A statue in front of the administration block welcomes you to Senior Chief Koinange Girls High School.Built in 1973 in memory of a former colonial chief who defied his masters to try and liberate his people, Senior Chief Koinange Girls High School is located a few kilometres south of Kiambu Town in Kiambu County.

Miathene Boys High School

The career master convened the students for the morning session, where we were to engage Form III & IV students. We took them through our core functions and application procedure, and errors that the candidates make during Revision/application.

We also demystified the perception that the students have against the placement service. And finally we allowed students to ask burning questions.

The second session was more or less the same, but this time round we had Form I & II and took them through subject selection and importance of choosing science subject.

Nyeri High School Career Talk

The career master convened the candidates in the afternoon; we provided a comprehensive talk to the form four students on the placement service, its functions, outlining the common mistakes that arise during application and the ways to avoid them to maximise the chances of placement in the courses the students would prefer.

We also provided information on the institutions and programmes on offer that should provide a wider range of choices for the candidates to select from beyond the traditional institutions.

40th Kessha Annual Delegates Conference

The Kenya Secondary School Heads Association (KESSHA) is an annual delegates conference for headteachers from secondary schools from all over the country. It acts as a platform to engage and share ideas and challenges facing the headteachers in various parts of the country and for government representatives invited as guests to outline state interventions as far as education curriculum in Kenya is concerned.