The Director MUBS career and Skills Development Centre Ms. Maureen Tweyongyere said the engagements will enable students to prepare themselves for the future where more technology than human labour is required to do work. She appealed to students to be open-minded, think creatively and be innovative. Innovation is a key now with the new normal where the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way people work. The center arranges skills training in different areas to prepare students for the world after work.