The Tebah Educational Initiative (TEI) organized a workshop to improve the skills of young professionals in order to raise more young leaders.
TEI is a non-governmental organization that is committed to putting young professionals on the path to leadership and uses creative methods to encourage disadvantaged students to excel by offering mentoring, summer camps and extracurricular activities.
It also promotes education awareness among students by helping them understand the benefits of education and strive for excellence.
The TEI Young Professional Group GH Networking event brought together young professionals trained in leadership, mentoring, networking, financial management, time management, among others.
Ms. Viola Tebah Yanyi-Ampah, Executive Director of TEI, told the Ghanaian News Agency in an interview that the program aims to bring together young professionals to be educated, mentored and develop their professional skills and personal to meet demand. from the corporate world.
Ms Yanyi-Ampah said: “As young people enter the workforce as professionals, we want to contribute to our quota by making sure they have the necessary skills.
“So basically we are connecting professionals and also training future professionals who are already at university level and people who are already in the workforce to have that connectivity,” she said.
Ms. Yanyi-Ampah represented the Northern region at the 2013 Miss Ghana USA Pageant and since then has served as a role model for young children and supported underprivileged schools in Ghana, through the Tebah Education Initiative.
She said the opportunities available through the connections provided by the organization would ensure that young people have access to the skills to equip themselves to achieve their goal in life.
“We believe that education has immense potential to change and save lives. Our organization encourages students to become exceptional in society by promoting individual growth through academic achievement.
“Our education initiative was put in place to harness the skills and talents of students despite some challenges such as peer pressure, bullying, teenage pregnancies, youth history and esteem issues. self.
“Our goal is to put them on the path to leadership. Tebah Educational Initiative is not a school, it is rather an organization that uses creative methods to encourage disadvantaged students to excel by offering mentoring programs, summer camps and extracurricular activities, ”Ms. Yanyi said. -Ampah.