My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Educational Pathways International, Incline Village, NV, USA
I am Priscilla Edem Domie, a first year student of the University of Ghana, Legon offering Biomedical Engineering.
Being a privileged beneficiary of Educational Pathways International (EPI), not only have I been supported financially but also, I have been educated outside my normal classroom through seminars held by EPI.
Life before EPI had not been so easy on my family and I. With huge amounts of loans procured by my parents to support my siblings’ education, there was no means to continue support my education to the university level as those loans have not been paid off. Thanks to EPI, my university’s financial burden has been lifted off my parents and I have also been able to focus on my studies as I have no reason to worry about how my fees would be paid, acquire books, and other educational needs as well as stipend taken care off.
Through the seminars, I have been groomed on work ethics and the need to be patriotic. I chose Biomedical Engineering because I want to contribute to new and improved ways of solving medical problems, learn how to use and operate the machines that aid to improve lives of people like the x Ray's , pacemakers and ultrasounds. At the end of my studies, I should have acquired all these and many more to be able to give a helping hand in our medical sectors. I would use this acquired knowledge in the best interest of my country, Ghana by working in the hospitals in Ghana.