Are you a UCC fresher? Would you like to make the best out of the University? If yes, then save the date because, University of Cape Coast Local NUGS in collaboration with Standard PR presents STANDARD TALK, on the Theme : Start Right – ” What I wish I knew before matriculation.”
Standard Talk is an educative programme that will be held on the 22nd of September, 2017 at the UCC Main Auditorium at 3:30pm prompt. This program is designed to provide mentorship and practical guidance to University of Cape Coast Freshers on how to excel not just in academics, but holistically.
Speakers include :
Theophilus Saki Sosi – Broadcaster -ATL FM and Former SRC Public Relations Officer.
In an interview with Legacybase’s Michael Baffu Amuah, Theophilus Saki Sosi – CEO of Standard PR said
“ As a Broadcaster I understand the importance of reputation and image management of brands specifically in the digital age when false and malicious articles about brands go viral in seconds. I believe public relations is an essential factor in the brand growth of every organisation. Using myself as an example l am confident to say I am committed and consistent in my entrepreneurial vision. “
Meet me at UCC Main Auditorium on the 22nd of September, and lets “START RIGHT” It’s absolutely free. Just come along with a pen and book. Certificates will be provided on request.
NUGS Stands for National Union of Ghana students.
The one at the campus level is called the LOCAL NUGS..
The local NUGS is made up of the following;
Local NUGS is part of the executive council of the SRC.
The convener for the programme, Mr Sosi is currently a broadcaster at ATL FM. He won the Vice Chancellor’s Prestigious award in 2017 for his awesome work in Student Broadcasting as well as excellent work done as Public Relations Officer of the Students Representative council in 2016.
For enquires or any information kindly contact Peasah (0274646068) or Samuel (0264939965)
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