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Mbalenhle Baloyi

Nickname: 'Enhle'

Cape Town Based Civil Technician


Currently resides in: Western Cape, South Africa

Born in Johannesburg South Africa

Mbalenhle Baloyi is a young woman who is passionate about problem solving and youth empowerment, hence the Engineering career field and Dress a Girl initiative. Mbalenhle is a graduate of the Cape Peninsula University of Technology and a Diploma holder in Civil Engineering. She currently works for Aurecon as a Civil Technician in the Buildings Unit where she forms part of the team currently working on the Pixley Ka Isaka Seme Hospital in KwaMashu, KZN.

Mbalenhle is a career driven individual who loves being the change she wants to see and has a heart for young people with a similar vision. Apart from her career and NPO, she also aspires to be a novel and motivational book author given her creative and empowerment skill. She enjoys reading, writing and recording personal experiences.

Business Address

1 Century City Dr, Cape Town, South Africa, 7446


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Current Position(s)

Civil Technicial | Buildings Unit | aurecon
Cape Town, South Africa | April 2017 - present

Building, Construction and Engineering

-Creating, updating and editing construction drawings using Revit and AutoCad.
-Structural design (slabs, beams, columns, etc.)
-Structural detailing (slabs, beams, columns, etc.)
-Resolving Site Engineering Queries


Civil Technicial | Buildings Unit | aurecon
Cape Town, South Africa | April 2017 - present

Building, Construction and Engineering

-Creating, updating and editing construction drawings using Revit and AutoCad.
-Structural design (slabs, beams, columns, etc.)
-Structural detailing (slabs, beams, columns, etc.)
-Resolving Site Engineering Queries


Co-Founder | NPO | Dress A Girl
Johannesburg, South Africa | January 2016 - present

Other

Finding Sponsors,
Organising motivational and career planning seminars
Donating dresses
Giving talks and presentations at local schools


Co-Founder | Events | Wolaade
Johannesburg, South Africa | January 2016 - present

Other


Previous Position(s)

Student Technician | Buildings Unit | Aurecon Group
Cape Town, South Africa | December 2015 - December 2016

Consulting and Project Management

Educational history

Secondary

Rhodesfield Technical High, Kempton Park, South Africa (2012)

Tertiary

Cape Peninsula University of Technology

Cape Town, South Africa | January 2013 - December 2016

ND: Civil Engineering - Structural

Achievements

Awards

Communication Skills | 2013

Best Presentation Group for Green Building Project 2013

media exposure

Tembisa News | 2016

Dress A Girl's Newspaper Feature

Other Achievements

Essay (Program Review) Feature in Published Book | 2016

Book Title: Optimism for the New Millenium: Essential Life Skills for Today by Dr Sibis Mouton

Activities

Memberships

CPUT Debate Club

Member, January 2014 - June 2014

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Dress A Girl

Founder, January 2016 - present

Dress a girl: my prom night is a campaign aimed at helping female Matriculants from disadvantaged backgrounds to make their big matric dance night dream a reality. The campaign aims at getting young females around Tembisa motivated to further their studies and make the right decisions concerning their career. The campaign includes donating matric dance dresses, motivational workshops, career counseling and taking the students to open days in universities around Gauteng.

The objective of the campaign is to produce well-rounded females in career fields and society, females who will later make a great contribution to the country in their respective careers.

This campaign was initiated on January 2016 by 4 females from the East Rand of Johannesburg, Tembisa.

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