INterns corrected


Camara Kenya has for years been providing opportunities for interns from educational institutions across the country. University and college students taking courses related to information technology get vital practical experience, gain work experience, satisfy some of the requirements for their qualifications and, most important of all, have a head start when it comes to finding employment.

Thirty interns (13 men, 17 women) took part in the latest program at our premises. The interns had to play a big role during our move from the old offices to the new, something which gave them a huge amount of hands-on practical experience. They learned about decommissioning and setting up devices, inventory management before and after transportation, setting up the new office and much more. “This was great experience”, said Dave Msau, one of the interns. “I have learned how to network, crimping network cables, and I learned how to share files through the LAN network thanks to the hands-on practice I gained during the time we were shifting things from the old office to the new offices.’’ The interns also greatly appreciated the improved environment at our new premises.

Dave Msau crimping cables

Ruth Muthoni, one of the latest interns, said ‘’The environment first and foremost is very conducive hence job performance is efficient. Customer service provision is great since the services that are provided are super satisfactory. Lastly, Camara handling of interns is good since the interns are guided and taught well without pressure and their efforts are always appreciated.’’

Ruth Muthoni

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