Selection Camp pt 2

After breakfast, the prospective apprentices toured the fields, seeing how the 1st years were working and how they were using Foundations for farming methods to grow their crops. A real eye-opener for some of them.

Maize crop at Ebenezer

Fun and games came with the Egg Drop led by Renee Cunningham and ably assisted by Lance Edwards, as well as throwing and catching an egg. The staff team of Stephen Manhanga and Tinashe Mugochi won the activity. A young lady caught the egg rather enthusiastically and had it crack directly onto her face – much to the delight of the spectators.

Egg catching game

The on-on-one interviews were a great opportunity for the Ebenezer team to learn more about each prospective apprentice in detail. The interviews are crucial as it is one of the major selection criteria. Our aim was to be able to select 30 new apprentices who would join the Ebenezer family on 2 November – and we got all 30.

All in all, the weekend was a huge success and we thank God for it.

Lance Edwards interviewing the apprentices

By Molly Manhanga

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