Citrus Academy Photos
Citrus Academy staff are active in promoting our services at various career and bursary fairs, symposia and industry-related events countrywide throughout the year.
We also acknowledge our bursary fund students through their involvement in internship programmes, vacation work, and team-building workshops, as well as recognising their achievements at graduation events, and award presentations.
Browse our albums below, which highlight both the Academy and our students achievements over the years. If you would like to obtain any of these images please contact us.
Citrus Academy's Citrus Secondary Programme was launched as an e-learning programme at Meridian Karino Independent School, in Mpumalanga.
The programme will be made available to all high schools in South Africa, specifically schools in citrus-growing regions, and support will be provided to schools in the form of learning material and implementation documentation, as well as administration and management of the e-learning platform.
The Annual AgriSETA Excellence Awards were hosted in Johannesburg on the 16th of September 2015. Citrus Academy were priviliged to have three bursary fund students nominated for awards. Sonwabo Ncera, nominated for Best Performing Learner: Graduate Placement received the runner-up award; Olivia Selowe, nominated for Best Performing Learner: Internship, also received the runner-up award, and Theron Maphanga nominated for Best Performing Learner: Internship, won the category.
Citrus Academy staff were at the PMA Career and Bursary Fair hosted at UKZN, representing the citrus industry under the Fruit South Africa banner. Students and scholars were able to ask questions about the Academy itself, the industry, and get more information about our bursary fund, and the application process.
Desiree Schonken, Program and Project Coordinator, travelled to Crocodile Valley Estates (Mpumalanga), Champagne Citrus (Mpumalanga) and Letaba Estates (Limpopo) for the AgriSETA Excellence Awards interviews. Citrus Academy Bursary Fund students selected as candidates for the Best Performing Learner: Internship award include, Theron Maphanga (Crocodile Valley), Olivia Selowe (Champagne Citrus) and Prudence Msibi (Letaba Estates).