Ghana-Lebanon Islamic Schools Old Students- GLOSA To Hold Mentorship Day
Ghana-Lebanon Islamic Schools(GLIS) is a private missionary school which started in year 2000 and was commissioned in 2001 by the then late vice president of Ghana H.E Alhaji Aliu Mahama. The school boost of many great minds since its inception. Glis is a non profit making educational institution owned by the Ghana Society for Islamic Education and Reformation (GSIER) with a primary focus of contributing to Ghana’s think thank of professionals, business men and women.
The school boast of over 80% population of women currently. Glis commenced in year 2000 with only a senior high department and today has both junior high and primary department inclusive.The school has over the past decades produced medical doctors, mental health professionals, senior military officers business men and women, engineers, renowned entrepreneur to say a few.
As part of efforts by old students to bridge the gap between old and current students and in an effort to foster mentorship, GLOSA is set to spend Wednesday January 30th with the entire students population in a group mentorship training. This is the first of 4days engagement from January
Line up activities for the 4-days events are:
- 30th to February 2nd 2019
- January 30th – Mentorship day
- January 31st – Sports day
- February 1st – Medical screening
- February 2nd – Dinner
Mr Kalmoni, a board member of Glis and CEO of Silver Star is the special guest for dinner. The current Director of school operations Mr Bala Saad and the entire management and student body look forward to this maiden engagement. GLOSA is therefore calling on all its past students to make time to fully participate in this home coming.
Contact, Asmau Ayub (Old Student 2004, Schools counselor-GLIS)
Umar Farouk(GLOSA president, old student 2005).