We have developed a career guidance program to connect Queen’s College students with Queens College alumni, allowing them the opportunity to gain valuable experience and advice for career development from successful and experienced Queen's College alumni.
A global approach in the age of digital technology and introducing a student-centric program through our Knowledge-Based Initiative
A GLOBAL APPROACH
IN THE AGE OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY
01 BUSINESS EXPERTISE
We are inviting anyone with business expertise and knowledge and willing to share their experiences in their careers, to join the Knowledge-Based Team…
02 TEAM MENTORS
The Team of Mentors chosen to host the Knowledge-Based Initiative will be selected from qualified business professionals in a wide range of disciplines. This is a voluntary position
As a KBI Mentor, you will be connecting with QC students as a career guidance counselor via live presentations and offering your best advice on the educational requirements of your profession, benefits and other valuable input derived throughout your career.
Once KBI – Phase II is fully operational, Phase III will expand the program as follows…
Academic and educational institutions in Guyana will be invited to participate in the Knowledge-Based Initiative
QC- Global Academic Network will help thousands of students gain access to this planet’s most valuable asset: knowledge. No matter where or who they are.
Oil & Gas
Thanks to the new discoveries of Oil & Gas reserves in the Atlantic Ocean off the shores of Guyana, the country has entered a world of previously unthinkable opportunities for jobs at almost every level. There are thousands of careers that are now available and for decades to come, in this industrial sector.
As Guyana enters a vast new world of Business and Industrial growth, the requirements for technical capabilities in the workforce, expand exponentially. Every sector will need qualified technicians that have the ability to monitor and manage the new digital advances in the world of technology.
Guyana has the potential to be the main source of agricultural crops for the Caribbean. With large areas of land dedicated to crops like rice, sugar, and vegetables, Guyana can help maintain healthy communities across the islands. The growth of industries in the country requires more workers, leading to new opportunities in land management and farming.
The expansion of Health Care in Guyana is now entering a new phase. New Hospitals, Emergency Care centers, Nursing and health care professional training facilities are being built to serve the growing needs of the population. This is an absolute necessity for the country to keep pace with the industrial and commercial growth and the provision for health care to international standards.
New opportunities and careers are now available in this growing industry. Climate change has made this the new horizon in search of renewable energy sources.
The most popular sources of alternative energy are solar, wind, hydro, and tidal, all of which Guyana has in abundance. Choose one of these environmentally conscious career paths to your future success.
As the country’s industrial sectors expand, the need for professional business management skills is required to manage the growth of the commercial sector as well. At every level, the need for entry-level workers, middle managers, and the capability of managers are necessary to facilitate the efficient functioning of support organizations and maintain operational stability.
GLOBAL ACADEMIC NETWORK
Knowledge-Based Initiative (KBI)
Career Guidance Program
Career guidance – for a wide range of new and exciting career opportunities that will be required to assist Guyana in the growth of new industries now under development.
DEMOCRATIZING ACCESS TO KNOWLEDGE
Knowledge-Based Initiative (KBI)
One-on-one mentor/student interaction
The GLOBAL ACADEMIC NETWORK internet via satellite connection can be obtained through different devices, with access to data at high-speed internet.
This will allow us to carry out our mission of continuous educational activities and communicate through videoconferences, and access to email, among others.