JCP-module acknowledged community partners and students

Posted on March 11, 2015

During the recent campus-community function of the Community-based Project Module (JCP), the compulsory undergraduate module of the Faculty Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology, the community partners as well as the students that did exceptional work during in 2014, were acknowledged.

During 2014, 1687 students worked in 556 project with 394 different campus-community partners. The students have to work at least 40 hours in the community. JCP students worked around 67 480 hours in the communities during 2014.

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Some of the campus-community partners of the module:

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The best group of 2014 worked at Future Families and developed a sieve for the compost project. Please view their YouTube on the project:

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Group that managed to receive the most outside funding: Laerskool Doornpoort (Group 100)

Students that manage to do an excellent project alone:

Itereleng Primary School (Group 471)

Moreko High School (Group 41)

Museum project at Ditsong Pioneers House (Group 458)

Most dedicated (worked more than expected hours), MYRE Project (Group 114)

Mathematics Project at Tiitsetsong High School (Group 378)

Photo 4: Computer related projects

Website for Tsako Thabo Secondary School (Group 98)

Computer training for community members at the University of Pretoria’s Mamelodi campus (Group 48)

Repairing old computer for PEN (Group 3 & 306)

Repairing of the computer centre at Pretoria Secondary School (Group 347)

Computer centre for Lesedi la Batho (Group 315)

Photo 5: Renovation and building projects

Vingerkraal community project (Group 529)

Bulembu Project in Swaziland (Group 364)

Laerskool Jopie Fourie (Group 417)

Laerskool Pierneef (Group 368)

Bob Mmola Drop In Centre (Group 382)

Weskoppies Hospital (Group 375)

Pen Pre-school Forum (Group 91)

Tomorrow’s People (Group 576)

Boschkop Primary School (Group 460)

Mapetla Hospice Day Care (Group 549)

Photo 6: New projects and library projects

Kleinfontein Sorgsentrum (Group 125)

Baltimore Community Project (Group 521)

Pen Pre-school Forum (Group 326)

Inkululeko Day Care: Reading Corner (Group 518)

Hoërskool Staatspresident CR Swart, library project (Group 336)

Mafumani Secondary School (Group 402)

Photo 7: Animal related projects

Bester Birds and Animal Zoo Parl (Group 225)

National Zoological Gardens of South Africa: SASSI Traffic light (Group 208)

Free Me Wildlife (Group 102)

Wetnose (Group 425)

Photo: 8: Best leaders and students with the highest marks

Mthabisi Nyathi (Group 181)

Wamehleng Mogashwa (Group 499)

Lelethu Zazaza (Group 186)

Kristel Ortmann (Group 206)

Photo 9: Mentors of 2014

Photo 10: Student assistance and drivers of 2014

- Author Martina Jordaan
Published by Martina Jordaan

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