Ghana project creates stars of the future
14 Ghanese teens spent 3 months exploring what they can be using the Cnote designed “I want ToBe” program. On the way, they also learned important skills like interviewing, presenting and working together – and they got to know their communities even better through field trips to local hotels, cafe’s and businesses such as the local pharmacy.
All in all, it was a great success! Hear what Ruth, one of the 14 students, has to say about the “I Want To Be” Program:
“It has been a great opportunity to be part of this amazing program titled “I want ToBe”. It has had a great impact in my studies and my personal life.
First of all, I have been able to prepare my own powerpoint presentation without the help of any teacher even though my school lacks a computer lab. Secondly, it has helped me to be bold when talking and also have confidence in myself. We were taught how to speak before a crowd. We were also taught how to interview professionals on their various professions. It has also been a boost to my boldness level thereby allowing me to able socialize with peers and elders, all pointing to the great works of the remarkable program. Lastly, it was a pleasure for me to be part in the “I want ToBe “ program because it has enlightened me on the various professions I chose, their duties, responsibilities and the challenges they go through.
I appreciate and am really grateful for the knowledge I’ve acquired and all the support offered to me during course. Thank you and may the good Lord bless you all.”
Ruth Aba Adai
Gethsemane M.A JHS