A young teacher, Amoah Bless Akwasi popularly known as Virgin Bless has shared his experience in the teaching profession since 25th November 2012.
According to the young teacher Virgin Bless, he chose the profession because of his passion for the job.
“I seek emotional Interest from teaching and I love to assist people’s academically whether official or unofficial means, I see myself as a born teacher ( teaching as an art)”.
A young teacher, Amoah Bless Akwasi is popularly known as Virgin Bless has shared his experience in the teaching profession since 25th November 2012.
Like many academics, his career has zig-zagged. His first teaching experience was 2012 – 2013 at Godbless International School, Bantama J.H.S.
In 2014 he taught at Nyamebekyere Educational Complex, Asamang KINDERGARTEN, 2014 – 2015 at Good Samaritan International School; ALL LEVELS,2015 – 2020 at Asuofua JHS “D”, Asuofia JHS.
He continued at Uncle Rich, Winneba JHS, and SHS in the year 2018.
In the year 2019, he had the opportunity to teach at Christ the King International School, Bohyen Primary, and JHS.
2021 gave him the best of experience in three Schools thus Best Brain International School Kronum, Peter Kelm Memorial Lutheran School, Manso Atwere, and currently at St. Leo International School, South Suntreso.
He entreats all people with the zeal to teach to focus on the learners rather than the incentives attached to the profession.
“As the president said, we enter into teaching field just to render a societal help to both parents and learners, therefore, we shouldn’t be materialistic in our field of career, One day, our labor will never be in vain”
Habakkuk 2:3; For the vision is yet for an appointed time; it speaketh but not of a lie, it tarries but will never tarry, it shall come to pass.
Virgin Bless as part of his efforts to promote teaching and education in Ghana and the world at large, will be introducing E-Learning Virtual classes on all social medial platforms.
“As I celebrate 9 Years of my teaching experience this year, I can say one thing for sure: Teachers matter. Whether you are part-time, full-time, and regardless of whatever your title says you are. You are a teacher at heart. You keep your students at the heart of what you do, no matter where you are or who you teach” he said.