Kwasi Baah, Mentor
School of Graduate & Professional Studies
Office Location: Van Loan School of Graduate and Professional Studies
Office Number: 125
Office Hours: 1pm - 5pm
Kwasi Baah is a native of Ghana. He is the first child of his parents to graduate with a college degree. Kwasi lived in Ghana for 16 years during which he attended Soul Clinic International School from grades one to nine and then Presbyterian Boys’ Secondary School from tenth grade up until eleventh grade. Kwasi’s natural leadership skills were evident throughout his childhood. He held numerous leadership positions at both institutions and served as a good role model amongst his peers.
At age 17, Kwasi moved to the United States of America as an exchange student. At Thetford, Kwasi enrolled in Thetford Academy where he continued to achieve academic excellence as well as positively influence the people he came into contact with. As a result of this, he gained admission to Endicott College; a beautiful ocean front institution situated on the North Shore of Massachusetts.
Kwasi Baah’s time at Endicott College seemed like a month. He balanced academics and a part time job in pursuit of his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, with a concentration in marketing and a minor in communications. At Endicott, Kwasi made the best of friends and created everlasting bonds with his professors, and college administrators. He was President of ALANA (an intercultural organization on campus); Vice President of Endicott College’s Student Government—two years in a row, a member of the President’s Advisory Committee at Endicott College, an International Ambassador for the college as well as a Shipmate for the Undergraduate Office of Admissions and featured in the college’s virtual tour. In terms of academics, he was ushered into Sigma Beta Delta at the beginning of his junior year at which point he was yet to be enlisted on the Dean’s List for the second time.
After graduating from Endicott College, Kwasi returned to Endicott College in the fall and enrolled in the Full Time M.B.A program at the Van Loan School of Graduate and Professional Studies at Endicott College.
Currently, Kwasi works as a Graduate Assistant here at the Van Loan School of Graduate and Professional Studies and is also enrolled in the graduate school’s Full Time M.B.A. Ask how he does it and he would reply: Determination.
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