News and events

Community Service Project

As part of our community support component, The In-Out Team travelled to the Upper East Region on April 30th to provide a training program on Microsoft Suite Applications as part of their second-anniversary celebration. Bolgatanga Senior High School students in their final year were the beneficiaries of this great initiative by the In-Out Research Consult (In-Out Group). With over 200 final students in attendance, it was a 6-hour rigorous, practical workshop. Each student had the opportunity to try out the material being taught, and the response was overwhelmingly positive.
The goal of the training was to support government activities aimed at bridging the ICT gap at the Senior High level, as well as to demonstrate the role of ICT and technology in today’s society, where digitization and digitalization are at the centre of every discussion. As a result, the students were taught how to utilize Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft PowerPoint in practical sessions.
The workshop, which was organized by the In-Out Research Consult (In-Out Group), was free, and all participants received certificates of participation. Following the positive feedback and enthusiasm expressed by the students and teachers of the school, the team plans to replicate the program at other impoverished Senior High Schools around Ghana, particularly in the northern regions of Ghana. As a result, we, therefore, invite partners, organizations, NGOs, individuals and philanthropies to help us build and educate the next generation of SHS graduates for tertiary education and/or the work environment.
We serve our clients at In-Out, and what we learn while doing so, we pass on to others. We’d like to express our gratitude to the “Big Boss” management, prefects, and students for their kind reception. The training was a success, and we anticipate many more similar opportunities in the near future.

Related Posts

2 thoughts on “Community Service Project

  1. Greetings! Very helpful advice in this particular post! It is the little changes that make the most significant changes. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Mark says:

    Thanks for your blog, nice to read. Do not stop.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.