The Legon chapter of Data Bank Universal Economics School (DUES) has organized a seminar for students dubbed the Exceptional Graduate Seminar. The event took place on the 12th of April 2016 at the SRC conference room on campus.
This seminar, according to the DUES Club President, Joshua Ngula in his welcome message, was aimed at equipping participants with knowledge on how to be financially independent as well as making them outstanding in the job market after school.
Speakers at the program were Mr. Emmanuel Nkrumah, a former President of the Club who shared with participants, tips on gaining financial independence and realities to prepare for before graduation.
This was followed by a remarkable presentation by Kafui Ahonu, CEO of KAF Collections and Business Development Officer at Business Factory Initiative for Africa (BUFIA). He shared practical experience as an entrepreneur, how he combines work with studies and what it takes to make one exceptional in whatever they do. Whiles speaking on Entrepreneurship, Paul, an Officer at BUFIA explained that the organization’s mission is to manufacture businesses for graduates and therefore their doors are open to all students who are interested in doing business and need assistance of any form. Find out more information on their website.
Mr. Yorgen also took the opportunity to invite participants to the upcoming International Youth Fellowship World Camp (IYF 2016). The camp is scheduled to take place from July 30th to August 5th 2016. More Information is available on their website.
Miss Eunice Adams, Vice President of the club called on participants of the seminar and all students to join the club and fully participate in all its activities to enable them to reap benefits for their membership. For more information about DUES, contact Joshua on 0542947035