My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Educational Pathways International, Incline Village, NV, USA
Richmond Adu-Amponsah is my name. A second year BSc. Electrical/Electronic Engineering student at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi- Ghana and a beneficiary of the Educational Pathways International (EPI) Scholarship.
When I thought all was lost, Educational Pathways International (EPI) stepped in and intervened in my situation. It was hard but it is soft now. A very great financial burden was completely taken off my father’s shoulders. For the first time in my life, I had some people who did not only completely took over my father’s financial obligations but also represented him in his duties as a parent in school.
EPI does not only support me financially, but has improved all facets of my life. Through EPI, I have met a lot of new people that have helped improved my social skills. I have had the opportunity of being guided as to how to achieve my aspirations. EPI family has not only been about financially assisting students but I can confidently boast of the periodic seminars and meetings organized to develop us into individuals who will be fit for today’s world. Seminars I have enjoyed included those with interesting topics like, Report Writing, CV Writing, How to sit for an Interview, Goal Setting, Public Speaking among others. These have indeed helped me to be a better person more fit for any task.
My life and education has been easier to pursue with many positive impacts since I became an Educational Pathways International (EPI) beneficiary. Long live EPI.