Oshwal College was invited for a career talk on 24th July 2017 for 86 form fours and 120 form twos at Highridge girl’s secondary school through the career teacher Mrs.Iraki from 2pm to 3pm.The guest speaker for the day was Mr.Boniface Kamau, the Dean of students Oshwal College and Mr.Micheal kinywa the Business development manager. The students were advised on how to make career choices and what courses they can came and pursue at Oshwal College. After the talk the students were allowed to ask questions which were addressed and they were given posters and brochures for the various courses available at Oshwal College. A second session with form fours will take place early in September.
Oshwal College was invited for an open day and career talk on 9th June 2017 at Aghakan high school from 8am to 2pm where over three hundred students from nova academy, Aghakan high school and wama Muslim girls attended .The event attracted other exhibitors from colleges and universities. Oshwal College Dean of students Mr. Boniface Kamau was the speaker of the day representing colleges. He encouraged the students to also focus on professional courses alongside academic courses.
On 10th June 2017 Oshwal College attended the Aghakan high school year 11graduation from 8am and interacted with the graduands and their parent as well as showcasing the courses on offer in the institution.
On 6th June 2017 Oshwal College attended the Arya boys and Arya girls high school career day from 8am to 2pm where the Dean of students Mr. Boniface Kamau and the HOD IT Mr. Joel Wainaina were the speaker for the day. The students were advised on various courses that they can pursue at Oshwal College during their long holidays and after they are done with their studies.