My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Educational Pathways International, Incline Village, NV, USA
My name is Sarah Afari-Baidoo. I am a 3rd year Doctor of Pharmacy student at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Ghana.
I was awarded this scholarship in October 2019 and it has truly been remarkable since then. The Educational Pathways International (EPI) scholarship has not only helped me financially to continue my education but also through the regular meetings with the Director of EPI. In the short time that I have been able to better my public speaking skills, my CV writing ability, I have also learnt how to prepare and present myself for an interview aside all these great qualities I have equipped myself with. I have learnt how to interact with people and also share ideas.
I chose to offer Pharmacy because of my desire to help the human race. A Pharmacist does not only sell drugs in a shop but also manufactures them and work collaboratively with other health professionals to ensure that adequate and good health care service is rendered to every patient and that is the person I would want to be.
After school I would like to work in the hospital as I believe it’s the best avenue to interact with more patients and also in an industry to produce more drugs. In my community I would set up a Pharmacy in order to cater for the health needs of the people and also use that as an avenue to help educate them on their health needs, this is one of my long term goals.
Finally, I would want to use this opportunity to thank the entire EPI team for their dedication towards our development as beneficiaries of this scholarship scheme.