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Review for Educational Pathways International, Incline Village, NV, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

I am Abel Daartey, a final year Doctor of Pharmacy student of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Ghana. I am highly elated to have the opportunity to write my review on the impact of this generous non-profit Organization, Educational Pathways International (EPI). This organization offers the best of package to brilliant and needy students on Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology campus as well as many other universities in Ghana.
In fact, before I got this scholarship, it was very difficult for my family especially in financing my education and that of my siblings. Upon obtaining admission to offer Doctor of Pharmacy, I knew it was a dream come true but I knew it would be a challenge to finance this 6-year program by my unemployed single parent, that is my mother.
However, this challenge became a story when EPI came into my life and that of my family by offering me a comprehensive scholarship. The living standard of my family has changed tremendously. Besides, the burden on my mom has being reduced, since she does not have to scrounge to cater for the expenses of me and my brother in school. I am glad to say that I have been able to finance my younger brother’s education at KNUST with the support that EPI has given me. He is currently in his second year and performing marvelously in academics.
EPI did not only impact in me financially but it has continually benefited me in various ways. By the good works of Aunty Eunice, I can confidently boast of how to use my time well, how to write resume or cv, develop my entrepreneurship skills, write reports and developing the attitude of saving. Above all, one weighty thing I have gained from EPI is the annual vacation training (Internships) that we are being made to embark on. It has enlightened me in broad spectrum on how my future career of being a Pharmacist is like.
In fact, as part of my career goals, I am working hard to become a professional Clinical Pharmacist. I intend to specialize in Ghana College of Pharmacist in order to become the best that I could be. This would enhance my reaching to the health care needs of the people and as well be a seven-star Pharmacist.
I also intend to embark on health education to sensitize the public on good health practices. I wish to also, serve my people by working in the community pharmacy.
My family and I would forever be indebted to EPI for contributing massively to my career development and life journey.
In summary, EPI is the best in reaching to the needs of brilliant and needy students.
Long Live EPI and her contributors. God bless you.

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Review for Educational Pathways International, Incline Village, NV, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

I am Abel Daartey, a fourth year Doctor of Pharmacy student of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). I am very happy to carve my review about this honorable non-profit Organization, Educational Pathways International (EPI). This sponsorship organization offers the best of package to brilliant but needy students on campus.
In fact, before I became part of this noble family, all my educational needs were being catered for by the sole effort of my mum. I really pitied her considering what she does to get money for me to have my secondary school education.
However, despite all the odds and challenges, my mom was determined to help me further my education to the tertiary level.
When I became part of this family in 2014, to my dismay, the scholarship package was enough to cater for all my basic needs. Besides, I have no troubles doing my registration since they settle all my fees when required.
Furthermore, the living standard of my family has changed tremendously and we are a happy family now. Besides, the burden on my mum has been reduced, since she does not have to struggle to cater for the expenses of me and my brother in school.
EPI did not only impact in me financially but it has continually benefited me in various ways; by the good works of Aunty Eunice, I can confidently boast of how to use my time well, how to write Resume or CV, Develop my Entrepreneurship skills, Write Reports and Developing the Attitude of Saving. Above all, one weighty thing I have gained from EPI is the annual vacation Internship that we are being made to embark on. It has enlightened me in broad spectrum on how my future career of being a Pharmacist is like.
In fact, as part of my career goals, I am working hard to become a professional Clinical Pharmacist. Also, impact in health education to sensitize the public on good health practices. After working for some time, I wish to also serve my people and at some point in my practice work in the community pharmacy. Most importantly, I would further my education in my field of practice as a Clinical Pharmacist in order to maximize my practice of Pharmaceutical healthcare services in my country Ghana.
I am so much indebted for the wonderful support that EPI offers to her beneficiaries and I hope it would continue to touch the lives of many.
In summary, EPI is the best in reaching to the needs of brilliant and needy university students.
Long Live EPI and her workers. God bless you.

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Review for Educational Pathways International, Incline Village, NV, USA

Rating: 4 stars  

REVIEW BY DAARTEY ABEL
I am Abel Daartey, a third year pharmacy student of Kwame Nkurmah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). I am very glad to write my review about this noble non-profit Organization-Educational Pathway International (EPI). This sponsorship organization offers the best of package to brilliant but needy students on campus.
In fact, before I became part of this selfless family, all my educational needs were being catered for by the sole effort of my mum. I really pitied her considering what she does to get money for me to have my secondary school education.
However, after my senior high education, my mother was desperate to send me to the university despite her haplessness. She was able to afford the entrance form to the university alright but could not afford to pay the full fees demanded by the university. As determined as she was she borrowed from friends and well wishes to support me.
When I was given this scholarship in 2014, to my dismay, the scholarship package was enough to cater for all my basic needs I would need for studies. Besides, I have no troubles doing my registration since they settle all my fees when required.
Furthermore, the living standard of my family has changed tremendously and we are a happy family now. Besides, the burden on my mom has been lessened, since she does not have to borrow to take care of my expenses in school.
Lastly, EPI has not only helped me financially but it has continually impacted in me (us) in diverse ways; by the good works of Aunty Eunice, I can proudly boast of how to manage my time well and how to engage in group studies as well. In addition, especially how to write resume or cv, she tirelessly took us through this topic. Above all, one significant thing I have gained from EPI is the yearly vacation training that we are being made to undertake. It has really enlightened me in broad spectrum about how my future career of being a pharmacist would be. I am so much grateful for the wonderful support that EPI to her beneficiaries and I hope it would continue to touch the lives of many.
In summary, in fact, EPI is the best in reaching to the needs of brilliant but needy students.
Long Live EPI and Her Workers. God bless you.

Role:  Client Served
 

Review for Educational Pathways International, Incline Village, NV, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

I am Abel Daartey, a second year Pharmacy student of Kwame Nkurmah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). I am very glad to write my review about this noble non-profit organization; Educational Pathways International (EPI). This sponsorship organization is the best non-profit institution on campus. They offer the best of package to brilliant but needy students on campus.
In fact, before I became part of this selfless family, all my educational needs were being catered for by the sole effort of my mum. I really pitied her considering the work she does to get money for me to have my secondary school education. She brewed ‘pito’( a local drink) and sold firewood in order to take care of the family after the sudden demise of my father when I was in second year at the senior high school.
However, after my senior high education, my mother was desperate to send me to the university despite her haplessness. She was able to afford the entrance form to the university alright but could not afford to pay the full fees demanded by the university. As determined as she was she borrowed from friends and well wishes to support me.
A concerned friend told me to surf the university’s website where this benevolent scholarship was being advertised encouraging students to file in their applications for consideration. I did my best to apply and fortunately, with ideal scrutiny by Mr. and Mrs. Lafrance and the joint aid of Auntie Sandra and Auntie Eunice I was considered worthy of the scholarship.
And I was given a full scholarship in 2014, and this covered all my 6years programme at the University. My mum was dismayed by all this and so was I.
Furthermore, the living standard of my family changed tremendously and we are a happy family now. Besides, my younger brother also, who got his admission to the senior high school last year had no trouble or intricacies going at all. This has really made him gained the zeal to study harder.
Lastly, EPI has not only helped me financially but it has continually impacted in me (us) in diverse ways; by the good works of Auntie Eunice, I can proudly boast of how to manage my time well and how to engage in group studies as well. In addition, especially how to write Resume or CV, she tirelessly took us through these topics. Above all, one significant thing I have gained from EPI is the yearly vacation training (internship) that we are being made to undertake. It has really enlightened me in broad spectrum about how my future career of being a Pharmacist would be. I am so much grateful for the wonderful support that has always been given me and I hope it would continue to touch the lives of many.
In summary, EPI is the best in reaching to the needs of brilliant but needy students in our country, Ghana.
Long Live EPI and Her Workers. God bless you.

Role:  Client Served