Joss (28) represents Qwa-qwa, a rural area in Free State Province, and will be spending a year making a difference at Macro Informative Youth Agency. She will work as a Programme Manager and will tackle a variety of projects including an Early Childhood Technology Development programme.
Macro Informative Youth Agency is a non-profit organisation that focuses on developing children and youth in rural areas by bridging the information gap between the world of work and higher institutions through the use of technology.
Through her chosen organisation, Joss aims to improve the employability of young South Africans and help them reaching their goals to reach their desired destination.
Joss, who holds a B-Tech qualification in Marketing from Central University of Technology (CUT), says: “I know for a fact that through this programme I will be helping other young people. We may not be able to change the whole world at once, but we are making a difference in the lives of more than one individual and that is the change I would like to see