The Bosomtwe-Oyoko Group Day Senior Excessive College (SHS) within the Ashanti Area, has acquired academic supplies and dustbins to reinforce educational work and environmental-sanitation.
The objects, together with train books, pens and notepads have been donated by the Mastercard Basis Students of the Kwame Nkrumah College of Science and Expertise (KNUST) and Students learning underneath the three+1+1 Accelerated Diploma Programme (IADP) on the Arizona State College (ASU) in the US of America (USA).
Ms. Afia Ampomah Awuah, Programme Supervisor of the Mastercard Basis Students Programme (MCFSP), KNUST, presenting the objects to the Administration of the College, mentioned the gesture was in step with the actions marking the Students’ Worldwide Day of Service.
The Day affords Mastercard Basis Students globally the chance to present again to their instant communities by embarking on outreach programmes for the good thing about the society.
Ms. Ampomah Awuah emphasised that: “For Mastercard Basis Students, giving again is deeply private and rooted of their journey as moral leaders and change-makers in coaching.”
The Programme Supervisor inspired the beneficiary college students to be severe with their schooling because the MCFSP at KNUST provided scholarships to brilliant-but-needy college students who had accomplished SHS with good grades.
She urged the scholars to go to the Programme’s web site and social media platforms for extra data on the scholarship alternatives out there for them.
The Reverend Father Dr. Stephen Jantuah, Chief Counsellor, Mastercard Basis Students Program at KNUST, urged the scholars to work in accordance with their motto “dedication and hard work”.
This, he mentioned, was the one approach they may obtain their aspirations in life.
Grasp Abraham Kudiabor, the Students’ Consultant, affirmed their resolve to serve humanity with dedication to present hope to the poor and needy within the society.
Receiving the objects, Mr. Philip Asamoah Gyamfi, the Senior Housemaster, Bosomtwe-Oyoko Group Day SHS, expressed gratitude to the Students and MCFSP at KNUST Secretariat for the type gesture.
He hoped that the connection between the 2 establishments would go a great distance to assist in giving hope to the youthful technology of Ghanaian college students.
As a part of the commemoration of the Worldwide Day of Service, the Students additionally had interactions with the scholars on subjects, together with teenage being pregnant, substance abuse, in addition to points on educational work and introduction to scholarship alternatives after college.