[OSGeo Africa] Environmental Science's graduate with GIS
khalidmather at gmail.com
Tue Jul 12 08:37:16 PDT 2016
I was in a very similar position to you, maybe we were even in the same
class. What you can do while job hunting is volunteer at places you may
think you would like to work at? I know ezemvelo have opportunities that
open and close in January .
However in the meanwhile you can improve yourself away from studies and
work through some free courses, Try Open2Study.com and
https://www.coursera.org/ as they have many free courses that can give you
certificates that you can put in your CV. Also since youre keen on GIS I
suggest learning GQIS from the bottom up , I intend to get back into the
It was developed in some aspects by our very own Mr Sutton :D . What will
be a mega advantage is if you learn some python , I intend to take it up
when possible, and QGIS has an environment to learn that also. If you've
got access to internet try this http://www.learnpython.org/
Best of Luck dude, but honestly I suggest applying for NRF and doing your
honours at the least.
On Tue, Jul 12, 2016 at 4:54 PM, Percy Radebe <percyradebe8 at gmail.com>
> Good day,
> I am Percy Radebe from Pinetown, in KwaZulu-Natal. I finished my BSc in
> Environmental Sciences (Life Stream) in 2014 and I have been looking for
> employment, in particular Graduates Programmes for the past 18 months now
> and no response I have ever received from the applications I submitted.
> I am urging to peers to refer me to organizations that are currently
> looking for graduates with GIS and does not have hands-on experience in
> Science field. Can in it be a temporal position or permanent position, I am
> fine with either one.
> I hope you find the above in order.
> Thanking you,
> Percy Radebe
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