PASTORS and other members of Presbyterian Church of Malawi, PCM, have joined hands to tour schools and colleges in the southern region to offer career guidance and counselling sessions.
PCM pastor, Andrew Kamwala, who is a chartered accountant and an entrepreneur, says they have named the initiative ‘campus ministry’.
“We will be talking about career and academic excellence where we will be involving role models from lawyers, judges, accountants and many more”, says Kamwala.
The accountant hints that the ultimate goal of the project is to preach the gospel while raising a generation that is different.
The program focuses on several areas including supporting girls in unspecified ways, helping needy students as well as paying their tuition fees.
The bursary will be extended to PCM church where more beneficiaries will get the chance.
The program, which begins on Sunday, June 17 at Blantyre Secondary School, intends to be visiting at least three schools per semester.
Other notable individuals who will facilitate the program are, Mulli Brothers financial controller, Gilton Chakhaza, a chartered accountant and entrepreneur, R.B. Nyang’wa, and Samantha Soyiyo who is a lecturer at Chancellor College.
The event which is free of charge, will be spiced by performances by PCM Praise Team, Thoko Katimba and King James Phiri.