MTI Director dares graduates to embrace group work

Director for Miracle Technical Institute, Brother Pachalo Mfune, has challenged graduating students at the institution to work in groups saying this is key to being successful in entrepreneurship.

Mfune made the remarks on Thursday during this year’s graduation which was conducted at the institution.

“Graduates should go out there and use entrepreneurship skills that we have taught them and more importantly use the element of working together, this will be very important if they are to record success in whatever business they would embark on.

“If they continue to work in groups, they will achieve great things as there is an opportunity for graduates who work together to access a loan which will help them run different businesses,” he said.

Mfune: the graduates should use element of working together

Concurring with Mfune, TEVET Regional Service Center Manager for the North, Joseph Chikopa, TEVET is working towards students who are working in groups to create jobs.

“We encourage our trainees to engage in entrepreneurial activities and work together, so far, we have entered into a memorandum of understanding with National Economic Empowerment Fund and FINCA so that our graduates can access loans at softer interest rates,” he said.

On his part, the Guest of honour, Danielle Teccareli, who works for the European Union Office in Lilongwe said the graduates have an opportunity to be self-employed or employed by others.

Danielle giving a certificate to a graduate

“These graduates made a good step by being successful in their studies which was very important as now they can employ themselves or get employed by others with the technical and entrepreneurial skills obtained from the institution,” he said.

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