As usual FrankEve graduates a lot of girls who have gone through the Vocational Training successfully every year as well as give them the opportunities to do internships, attachments and also job placement.
This year’s graduation was a talk in town as thousands of people invited by the graduands (families, friends, club members, church members, neighbours etc) came to cheer them up during End of Course graduation in the following programmes: Fashion Designing, Culinary Artistry, Cake decoration and sugar craft, Floral and Event Decoration and Jewellery Artistry.
Because of the huge number of students graduating, the programme was divided into two sections. The first one was cerebrated on the 29th of September, 2012 which 24 girls were graduated.
On the 1st of December 2012, 54 girls were also graduated. This brought the Ghana Education Director and The one in charge of Second cycle education to be the Guest Speaker of the occasion. The chairman for the occasion was also a well known Educationalist who was the former Headmaster of Swedru School of Business in the Person Mr. John Quaicooi. These honorable men were overwhelm at the level the Foundation has trained the girls due to the dresses they saw during the fashion parade and the Wedding and Novelty cakes as well as the Internationals dishes exhibited.
To make the graduation more lovely the Royal Babes Choreogrpahy and the Cadet Group of FrankEve also performed under the graduation.
Before the end of the programme, all the students were given according to their courses offered. Others who performed well were awarded respectively.
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