My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Educational Pathways International, Incline Village, NV, USA
My name is Kafui Joshua Asempa. I am a final year medical student at University of Ghana Medical School, Ghana. I’ve always been good in the sciences and hence decided to do medicine in the university. Why I chose medicine was because I have always admired Doctors, how they go about their work and all. Studying medicine is a long journey which requires dedication, determination, hard work, and money. After my first year in the school, a friend introduced me to Educational Pathways International.
I joined Educational Pathways International (EPI) in 2015, before joining I wondered how life would be without having a scholarship. Luckily for me EPI came to my aid.
In the EPI family one is not only given the scholarship but we are being monitored and mentored throughout our stay in the school, making sure we are on track. This has been a major transformation for me since I am constantly being pushed to do more and get the best out of my life. I’ve also learnt many skills being part of the family, from writing skills, presentation skills and many more.
Also, being part of the family has helped in motivating me to keep on doing the hard work and also ensuring that I maintain my good grades as usual.
After completion of the medical school, I will work as a Doctor and I look forward to sharing the blessings I’ve received and impacting more lives.
I can confidently and sincerely say being part of the EPI family has been a blessing to me and my family. I will therefore want to take this opportunity to thank Educational Pathways International for the immense work they are doing, blessing lives and making dreams realities.