Mankoadze

Vocational

College

Alumni

We have had 4 years of students graduate from the College now, and it is really pleasing to see what a difference their qualifications have made to them in getting jobs and starting work.  We have a comprehensive record of students and what they have gone on to do.  Here are a few of their stories.  
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Frederick was in his 20s when he started at College.  He had been a student supported by TEABAG at school, and was older than his classmates when he completed JHS because he had been looking after his grandmother and had missed several years of schooling.  He was one of the first dressmaking students and worked really hard at his studies. Since leaving, he has completed the first year of a fashion course at a local polytechnic and is now working in a medical practice as an administrator to earn money to go back to college.  He still helps his grandmother too. Patrick completed an ICT course at Mankoadze - he also was one of the first students to do so and when he left, he went to a polytechnic in Accra.  He has just completed and successfully graduated from that course.  He will now do his national service, and is then planning to come and do some teaching in Mankoadze Godfred is another young man who was successful at completing the Dressmaking course.  He still lives in Mankoadze and is living with his wife and baby in the village earning his living by sewing. 
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Mankoadze

Vocational College

Alumni

We have had 4 years of students graduate from the College now, and it is really pleasing to see what a difference their qualifications have made to them in getting jobs and starting work.  We have a comprehensive record of students and what they have gone on to do.  Here are a few of their stories.  
Copyright © 2009-2018 TEABAG Charity All Rights Reserved | UK Registered Charity No.1126462
Frederick was in his 20s when he started at College.  He had been a student supported by TEABAG at school, and was older than his classmates when he completed JHS because he had been looking after his grandmother.  He was one of the first dressmaking students and worked really hard at his studies. Since leaving, he has completed the first year of a fashion course at a local polytechnic and is now working in a medical practice as an administrator to earn money to go back to college.  He still helps his grandmother too. Patrick completed an ICT course at Mankoadze - he also was one of the first students to do so and when he left, he went to a polytechnic in Accra.  He has just completed and successfully graduated from that course.  He will now do his national service, and is then planning to come and do some teaching in Mankoadze Godfred is another young man who was successful at completing the Dressmaking course.  He still lives in Mankoadze and is living with his wife and baby in the village earning his living by sewing.