What Alice says…

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Author of this post:

CBS Director Gordon

 

Dear supporters of CBS, happy new year! With 2017 being here now, I can proudly say that we are already in our sixth year! Wow! It indeed has not always been easy, but challenges are part of life. We are grateful for the last five years and the impact we had and will continue to have on the lives of our students. I am starting a new series today called “What xyz says…” to share some opinions of our past and present students with you!

Today I would like to share a testimonial by  Alice (21 years old):

“Before I came to CBS, I was not a computer literate, but now I know something about computer since CBS is trying its best. I have improved upon my English language in writing and oral. CBS has also provided the needed machines which will enhance my preparation towards my final exams and my future career.”

Representatives of KfE with CBS students and teachers

Alice was part of our very first batch of students.

About the author:

Gordon is a teacher with heart and soul. In 2009, he founded Sono Foundation Ghana, and in 2010, he co-founded CBS Business School Navrongo. He is the director of CBS and teaches English and Business Communication.

Gordon holds a University degree in “Business Administration”, is a professional teacher and teaches since more than 20 years. For almost 10 years, he held leading positions at private schools in the metropolis Kumasi. Born and raised in Navrongo, the development of the region and its people is a matter near to Gordon’s heart. Since 2010, Gordon again lives in Navrongo and works tireless for the education of youth.

The CBS blog is written by staff members, volunteers and by CBS students. The various authors write about courses and activities at CBS as well as about daily life, the culture of Navrongo and their intercultural experiences and travel adventures.

The purpose of the blog is to provide an insight into daily life at CBS and in Navrongo to future volunteers, to families and friends of volunteers and to supporters of CBS / SFS.

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