Over 3,000 final year SHS students benefit from APC’s educational outreach programme

The Asante Professionals Club

The Asante Professionals Club (APC), has held some educational engagements in some towns and communities of the Ashanti Region, as part of its effort to promote education among the youth while contributing to the Region.

The educational outreach programme, comprised health screening and career guidance talks and targeted students of the Juaben and Effiduase Senior High Schools.

In all over three thousand, five hundred final year students of these two schools were taken through career choices, study tips, and tips on how to effectively prepare for examination.

The President of APC, Ama Serwah Nerquaye-Tetteh, in an interview, explained that these outreaches are in line with the mandate of the Club.

She noted that members of APC, all successful professionals in their own right, come together and give back through programmes such as this.

“Education is a huge opportunity and we do our bit to encourage these young ones to take full advantage of it,” she added

As part of the activities, there was a good ‘Question and Answer’ (Q&A) session where various professionals who attended the programme took turns to respond to questions from the students.

APC is a voluntary “think and do-tank” Club, comprising professionals from the Asante Kingdom of the Republic of Ghana.

It is a non-partisan, not-for-profit organisation with a high interest in the development of Asanteman and its people. In particular, it has a huge mandate towards the empowerment of the youth and they see education as a key factor in actualising this.

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