Throughout the process of career coaching some children mentioned that they wanted to be lawyers and doctors among other career paths, therefore, it was Ignite’s duty to shade more light on what is required for them to pursue these careers. Tadzie Madzima together with the rest of the team explained every field that these children might be interested in. Innocent Njazi who is a member of Ignite Youth and a student at the University of Zimbabwe explained the science field mentioning that they are several degrees that a person can pursue if they are interested in the sciences. As an intern at Ignite Youth, Kelly Chisina spoke about the social sciences, particularly psychology as it is the topic of study she is studying. She shed more insight on the specific options available to those with an interest in humanities subjects, including several degrees and courses in the discipline. Anthony Namakawa an Intern at the Ignite Youth Organization went on to explain the commercials field. The Ignite Youth Organization intern Anthony Namakawa continued by elaborating on the commercial side. He shed some light on what commercials are and the degrees or causes that someone interested in commercials can pursue. Most of the students there simply had a basic understanding of accounting, not realizing that there are more degrees and courses like business entrepreneurship, human resources among others. When addressing each of these categories, Lizwe Nyanga focused on the creative side, which includes media, dancing, and music. He said that even if a person is not gifted academically, they may still pursue their talents as careers. Not everyone is academically gifted, thus they should pursue their talents instead of ignoring them. He cited as examples people like Jah Prayzer, Winky D, and Voltz JT who are succeeding in the creative industry. No matter how talented a person is in music, dance, or acting, Lizwe Nyanga stresses the need for education because it fosters analytical thinking and financial literacy, two skills that will prevent theft from happening to you as an artist.