Dec 5, 2017

PALM INSTITUTE GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT

Emmanuel
Emmanuel

Emmanuel and Habib were among some of the first beneficiaries of NAPE Foundation scholarships who enrolled in Palm Institute in 2014. They graduated in 2016 with a Diploma in Computerized Accounting and Business Administration respectively.
Emmanuel did his National Service with Adom Herbal and then joined the Ghana Police Service. He currently works at the Ghana Parliament House. Habib completed his National Service at the Mother-Love Hospital in Adenta and was recommended by his supervisor for employment upon completing his service.Forty-two percent of our first graduating class is employed.


Your contribution to quality higher education is evident in our graduates and thanks to your support our graduate employmnent statistics keep rising.


Keep contributing towards raising the next geneation of values-based African leaders.

Graduate Employment statistics
Graduate Employment statistics
Habib, during working hours
Habib, during working hours

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Nov 21, 2017

PROGRESS REPORT ON BUILDING PROJECT

Digging of the Foundation
Digging of the Foundation

On 23rd September, 2017, Palm Institute broke ground to officially commence the construction of the Palm Institute of Strategic Leadership. This was the first step towards the construction of a permanent campus which is located at Manya Jorpanya (about one hour east Accra).  

The initial building will house six lecture halls and five administrative offices, a cafeteria, a library, a computer lab, an infirmary, a store, and a courtyard.

Thanks to your support, construction on site is currently underway and progressively moving with the foundation and first blocks being laid.  The total footing area has been filled so far and we hope to complete the entire building by June 2018. 

Keep supporting the dream of raising the next generation of Strategic African leaders in an environment that believes in the liberal arts approach to education, excellence, professionalism, and sound ethics and values.

First foundation block being laid
First foundation block being laid
Laying of blocks on site
Laying of blocks on site
Footing Foundation
Footing Foundation
Filling works on site
Filling works on site

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Sep 15, 2017

Raising Ethical leaders from rural communities

 

The “One Dollar for Higher Education” project is a fundraising initiative spearheaded by the Naa Amerley Palm Education (NAPE) Foundation, to reach individuals and corporate bodies in the United States to support rural students in Ghana by donating $1 or more.

Our rural outreaches have demonstrated that there are several brilliant but financially challenged students in Ghana.  We believe in giving more students in these areas and beyond an opportunity to embark on a journey that would transform their lives, communities and the country at large.

This year our goal is support at least twenty needy but brilliant students from the rural parts of Ghana. One of our beneficiaries, Charlotte, a level 200, Computerised Accounting student who hails from Drobo in the Brong Ahafo region has a dream to establish an ICT center in her village to promote the study of ICT.She believes in the power of giving back to her community and making a positive impact in the society at large.

What we ask that our friends and well wishers do is donate a minimum of $1.00 to support these students we identify. Together, we change and educate the next generation of ethical and excellent African Leaders.

Thank  you to all our donors for supporting this initiative  and for giving the less privileged an access to higher education.

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