Help Students Get Better Access to Internet

by Liberia Career Pathways
Help Students Get Better Access to Internet
Help Students Get Better Access to Internet
Help Students Get Better Access to Internet
Help Students Get Better Access to Internet
Help Students Get Better Access to Internet
Help Students Get Better Access to Internet
Help Students Get Better Access to Internet
Help Students Get Better Access to Internet

Dear friends,

 

Thanks to all of you for helping Liberia Career Pathways to continue to support Liberian students gain quality and relevant education.  

Our work in LIberia is making classroom education relevant to the workforce need of Liberia.  Your donations and generosity is making it possible for many students to gain access to the internet making it possible for them to acess the vast learning resources available today.  

Our work is about the content we provide to students.  Our trained staff guide students to relevant learning resources specific to their interest so that they make the best use of the resources available to them.  

Your donations are making it possible to create some level of equity for the many student that would otherwise not have access to learning resources.  

Please continue to help us help learners in Liberia.  You can visit our website at liberiacareerpathways.org.

 

Thanks again,

 

Kenety S. Gee


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Dear Partners,

 

Like many people around the world, Liberia and students in Liberia and communities are breathing a cautious sigh of relief from COVID-19 and hoping that 2021 is a much brighter year.

 

Throughout the many months of the pandemic, Liberia Career Pathways stayed engaged with students by sponsoring writing competitions within our schools and featuring winners on radio programs. 

Our involvement with the community included Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) training for private healthcare owners in the Monrovia area, Liberia.  The IPC training at our Center - The Center for Career Discovery, was in partnership with the Healthcare Federation of LIberia, as part of our Public Health Promotions and Disease Prevention Program.

We thank you for your support, and as we begin 2021, please continue to remember us as we work with Liberian students and work in communities to promote public health in the communities where we have presence in the schools.

Please feel free to stop by our website at liberiacareerpathways.org

Thanks again and a Happy 2021 to you and your families.

 

Thanks,

 

Kenety S. Gee, MDiv, MSNM, MSGH

Executive Director

Liberia Career Pathways

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Dear friends,

During this COVID-19 event our center-the Center for Career Discovery, has stayed busy.  Now that we are working to create a Public Health Promotions and Disease Prevention Path, we opened our doors to Health Care Workers in the Monrovia, Liberia area to receive Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) training at our Center.  The health care centers around Monrovia needed a large space with wifi and computers to train workers, so we collaborated with the Healthcare Federation of Liberia to host the trainings at Liberia Career Pathways.

 However, recently, the Liberian government relaxed the COVID-19 restrictions to open schools only for senior high school students, to allow them to finish thier testings and graduate.

So,  our Center is now even busier with students flowing in everyday to use computers and wifi for studies and research.  Our peer advisors are here to give any support that is needed.

 Generally, we do an annual Career Day workshop  in July for students all over Monrovia.  But, due to the interruption in schooling this year, we can't do it.  However,  we are now planning to do the Career Day workshop in Monrovia and add two more cities; Gbanga and Ganta, in Central Liberia, in early September this year.

As always, we thank you so much for your ongoing support to help students in Liberia.

Thanks,

 

Kenety S. Gee, Executive Director 

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Dear Partners,

 

We thank you for your ongoing support to Liberia Career Pathways.  Because of your support, we are getting stronger and expanding our work in Liberia.  We are now in several school districts and communities. 

Of note in this update is that we are adding a public health promotions and disease prevention pathways.  We are now working both in the schools and communities to improve both students and community outcomes.  

 

Working in the communities help us to understand what may be happening in the schools and vice versa.

Please see the full update attach to this report.  

 

Thanks,

 

Kenety S. Gee

Executive Director

Liberia Career Pathways


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Liberia Career Pathways

Location: Chicago, IL - USA
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Project Leader:
Kenety Gee
Monrovia, Liberia

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