Tatum Keshwar (Photo: Gallo)
Durban - Durban Beauty and former Miss South Africa - Tatum Keshwar - has been appointed as spokesperson for youth career building agency, Career Box.
The Durban founded organisation's aim, is to effectively alleviate unemployment among South African youth through training and skill development for job and career placement.
In an aim to empower the youth, Career Box effectively provides entrepreneurial aids to focused and driven individuals in the career paths they wish to follow. Through detailed evolved skill development, Career Box gives the opportunity to work via placement; recruit for Career Box; or to partner on further creating job opportunities with youth.
It is with this focus and aim in mind, that Career Box is extremely excited to name Tatum Keshwar as ambassador for the fast-growing employment empowering agency.
Tatum Keshwar is popularly known for being an outstanding and astonishing example of self-empowerment and achieving goals with sheer grit and determination. Her willpower and focus has awarded her title as Miss South Africa 2008 amongst an array of successes.
"I am beyond excited to lend my voice to uplift and empower other South African and African youth in their drive to find employment and choosing career paths that will afford them the right opportunities to grow" said the newly appointed ambassador.
Career Box not only looks at empowering South African youth with career placement, but also aims to reach the youth of Africa with the opportunities and career structures the organisation will roll out to help ease unemployment throughout the continent.
"We aim at having a positive effect and transforming young lives in Africa whilst building sustainable businesses that will influence an African economy" said, CEO Ashton Hoorzuk of Career Box. "It is in this spirit, that we are extremely excited to have Tatum Keshwar join our team as ambassador. She shares the same determination and drive we would like to see in the youth we empower and we know she will be an exceptional role model for Career Box."