[OSGeo Africa] Environmental Science's graduate with GIS
percyradebe8 at gmail.com
Tue Jul 12 12:56:25 PDT 2016
Yea I do remember your name in class :). Thank you for eye-opening
information and those websites as well. :)
On Tue, Jul 12, 2016 at 8:37 AM, Khalid Mather <khalidmather at gmail.com>
> Hey Percy
> 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
> manual .
> 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.
> Khalid Mather
> 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
>> 078 179 2271
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