The GOH Dr Nyoni encouraged students to grab opportunities that are out there and to make informed decisions from all the information available before plunging into any career.
The fair ran from 9am to 3pm. About 1000 people passed through the event during the course of the day.
Apart from the IFM departments, others that displayed were ITEC, the International Student Organisation, Postal Bank and Tigo. Representatives from UDSM, Utali College, CBE, and Public Service College were also present.
The competition winners were the Insurance Department scooping 200,000/-, followed by the Social Protection Department which netted 150,000/- and the Accounting Department who took home 100,000/-. Each winning group received certificates as well.
The organiser, chairman Bertinus William, who is also the Minister for Education at IFM, said the fair was extremely successful adding that Tigo as one of the main sponsors has shown a commitment to supporting education among the youth and and in the case of IFM in areas where there will be opportunities for employment in the various departments of the telecom company in the near future.