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HELP PROVIDE MENTORSHIP FOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN GHANA.

The GhanaThink Foundation’s Junior Camp Ghana Program in collaboraJcGSTStion with Ghana Secondary Technical School (GSTS) -Takoradi is organising “Junior Camp GSTS” at the school premises on 6th June, 2015 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.

The goal of the programme is to guide students in their career choices, mentor and set them on the right path towards future success. The theme of the event is ” Living Tomorrow’s Career Today. We’re currently looking for mentors for the event who will help nurture about 1004 Senior High School students. We are looking for young people who are succeeding in their chosen careers in many different fields.

Please fill this form: bit.ly/jcgsts if   you’re available to mentor on 6th June, 2015 at Ghana Secondary Technical School – Takoradi. This would be the 22nd Junior camp event.

The Junior Camp Ghana Program is a career mentoring series for high schools in Ghana which was created as a result of the impact Barcamp Ho and Barcamp Tema in 2012 made on the lives of some students from Keta Senior High School. This program is being run by the Ghana Think Foundation, an NGO based both in Ghana and the USA. The Junior Camp Program (JCP) allows industries and persons to share their stories, experiences and knowledge with students in second cycle institutions i.e. Senior High Schools (SHS). The program also connects students with mentors who provide their wisdom about their areas of expertise, management, leadership skills, career success factors, industry insights, communication skills. Through the program students are inspired to match similar career goals, concentration, career fields etc. All events are free at no cost to the students to ensure that they derive maximum benefits from the program. Even though, Junior Camp Ghana is centered around Career Guidance and Counselling, we encourage mentees to come out with ideas to solve problems within and without their school communities.

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