The Fijian competition and consumer commission in conjunction with the Ministry of Employment and the Ministry of Education had accommodated thirteen students from the newly launched Schools employment Exposure programs better known as SEEP.
The students from selected schools in Suva were in the two weeks given the opportunity to work in the different departments to get a better understanding of how FCCC works.
FCCC Chief Executive Officer Joel Abraham says that the work experience is the opportunity for growth and also crafts a pathway in their future.
Abraham says that the 13 students FCCC took on were all eager to learn, and was blown away by their efforts.
The SEEPs program ended with a certificate presentation from the government of Fiji yesterday.