A team of 65 Staff members from Barclays Bank held a workshop for Pentecost University students on the theme: Make a Difference Day. This workshop was aimed at educating students on CV (Curriculum Vitae) writing, Interview Etiquettes and Preparation for Interview. This was part of the Bank’s Corporate Social Responsibility themed, Youth getting ready to work.

Personnel from Barclays Bank took turns to inform students on what their CVs should portray. They further acknowledged key words that should be used in a CV. It was a very interactive session as students took turns to ask questions and also answer questions from the host.

The workshop was held at the James McKeown Auditorium and LT4 to ensure that students were taken through the workshop entirely, depending on the time of arrival. Hand outs were also given to students to serve as a guide in structuring and creating their profiles on a CV.

Some of the final year students were shortlisted for National Service while some of the continuing students were also shortlisted for Internship. Follow up team will be visiting shortly, on a project.

Rev. Dr. Aboagye-Mensah, Dean of Faculty of Theology and Missions and Rev. Paul Danso, Chaplain hosted Barclays’ staff while Miss. Victoria Tetteh, Rev. Eric Adobah Thompson and Miss Lydia Essien handled organisation of the programme. The programme was a success as Staff and students participated. This clearly defined Management’s frantic effort in empowering students to get them acquainted with the job market.