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About Me
I was born and raised in Madeira village situated in Limpopo where I completed my matric in 2011. in 2012 I came to Johannesburg where I studied health work course which was called prenursing for which I studied for 6 months , I then in 2013 enrolled for a Marketing Management course at Sedibeng Tvet college for a duration of 2 years .
in 2015 I worked as a store assistant at a pet shop where I worked for a duration of 7 months , and on march 2016 I worked as a temporary filer at interconnect systems a cabling company in Randburg

Why Marketing Management N6
I chose marketing because its about providing the best and possible customer service , making sure that customers and clients are satisfied with the assistance they are getting , I wanted to one day provide the best customer service and make sure I put smiles on peoples faces

How I Got My Internship
I came across gwconnect on face book , while I was busy looking at recruitment agency pages , it was so very quick and easy to register and within two weeks I got a call from Prudence asking me to update some few details on my profile , after that I got another phone call from Elsie informing me there was an internship and I might be phoned for an interview , unfortunately it was in the west rand and it was far from where I was staying and the Outex team informed me that they will keep on trying to get another internship somewhere near , the ladies were very friendly and very helpful they made sure I did not feel like giving up , within two weeks I got another call from Dorcas saying there is another internship opening in west rand as long as I can make it a priority to be on time I can go for it , and I did go for the interview in august and it was a success .

The Company
the company is very nice with friendly staff , they made me feel like I belong the day I came for an interview , it is filled with very positive people who motivates me to work hard to achieve more
Mapule Mabela | Marketing Management N6 | 2017-11-28

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