JCP-students teach community members basic computer skills
Posted on May 16, 2017
Students enrolled for the compulsory undergraduate module, Community-based Project Module (JCP) of the Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology taught 38 community members basic computer skills on the Mamelodi campus. The students, Tobias Bester, Brandon Naidoo, Ruslynn Appana and Trishen Moodley indicated afterwards:
The project was very eye-opening in terms of the education process done by lecturers and teachers. It was also very fulfilling seeing all the amazing responses we received from the community about how we helped and how we are making a difference in a good way.
Please view their YouTube on their project.
- Author Martina Jordaan