It is said that for one to succeed in life, one must consult those who have gone before. This is simply to make things easier for yourself, so you won’t go through the same stress and struggles.
On the 7th day of November 2014, the students of Oxbridge Tutorial College gathered, once again, to welcome the great minds that have felt the heat of the world from different walks of life. Listed below are the array of professionals who facilitated the first Careers Day event for this academic year:
MR. EJIKE SIMEON UGWU, a motivational speaker/banker
MR. PAPA OMOTAYO, a global award winning architect with practices in Nigeria and the UK.
MR. KOLAWOLE OMONIYI, a banker.
MR. ABILA KUYE. A banker.
MR. CHUKS OGENE. A business manager and Creativity Consultant
MRS. RHODA LADUN GRILLO. Human Resource Manager.
Ms. MRS. LOLA OGUNSANYA. A general Surgeon practicing in the UK.
MRS. UZOMA EZEOKE. A pharmacist and director of Emzor Pharmaceuticals.
MR. TSEYI HAMMOND. A private hedge fun manager and banker.
MR.BOBO OMOTAYO -An acclaimed author, speaker and politician.
MR. DOLAPO ADEYEYE. A mechanical engineer and MD of Smartflow Technologies Ltd
MR. VIAVO HUNPONU-WUSU. A lawyer.
Our senior mentors were:
MR. D. FATIMILEHIN. Property mogul.
ARC ABIODUN OLUGBENGA JAGUNNA. An architect.
MR. CLEMENT ITEGBE. A computer engineer.
DR. ANDREW CARRUTHERS. An engineer.
MR. FRANK ADEKUNLE MACAULAY. A film maker and entertainer.
MR. OLADAPO O. OYEWUMI. A lawyer.
DR. OYESHIKU GBOLAHUN. A doctor.
MRS. YETUNDE ADESINA. Media and communication consultant
MRS.TITILAYO ONEDO. A pharmacist.
CHIEF SUPO SHONIBARE. A politician.
MR. CHURCHILL OLISEH. Sports and soccer manager.
We students had a rare opportunity to glean from the professional impartation of these worthy men and women, who shared life experiences and encouraged us to forge ahead in life and be the best we can ever be as we make critical career choices.
In a well-organized event put together by the Marketing Department of the college and a committee for the Careers’ Day, the programme commenced from the college Dining Hall, where all dignitaries were introduced and the students motivated through a short talk by Mr. Ejike Ugwu and Mr. Ogunbode, both alumnae of the college. They were pragmatic enough to share some of their time with the college conveying how they were able to make positive and critical decisions which helped them later in life.
With rooms properly allocated to cater for different careers, students moved to where they belonged and interacted with designated professionals. Apart from these, there were interludes of informal ambiance, where networking and interactions could take place between the professionals and students.
Some highlights included Skype calls from Ms. MRS. LOLA OGUNSANYA addressing the students from the UK and a riveting and engaging presentation by Mr. D. Fatimilehin.
Ms. Mrs. Ogunsanya Skyping from the UK and giving the students a riveting presentation
Mr. Fatimilehin addressing the whole school with his professionally delivered talk.
By the time the event ended at about 4:45pm everybody could rightly see that, it has been an eventful and informative day for everybody.
Our appreciation to the professionals who took time out to be part of the successful event. We say with all assurance that ,we have been truly blessed!
Oxbridge students step into the future! (2014 Careers Day)