Ghana Education Sevice (GES) in collaboration with the Space and Satellite Laboratory of All Nations University will give some STEMI (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics and Innovation) training to about 400 high school students today.
This event is taking place at the University premises in Koforidua.
The aim of the programme is to promote STEMI education in Ghana.
The senior high school students will be taken through the laboratories in the school and given a first-hand experience with the equipment in the lab.
This is one of the direct benefits from the Satellite (GhanaSat-1) launch by the All Nations University in Koforidua since this has become a platform to teach the youth about Engineering.
The government’s agenda to promote STEMI education is becoming a reality.