The College of Humanities and Social Sciences Students' Association president, Mr. Richard Kovor, on Saturday, May 26, 2022, launched the inaugural edition of the COHSSTREPRENEURSHIP Hub at the E Block of the School of Business postgraduate building in KNUST, Kumasi. Mr. Richard Kovor commemorated the program by providing a full outline of what the project involves and what the cohsstrepreneurs could anticipate. He led the house in officially launching the HUB, and then handed over to the facilitator to initiate the COHSSTREPRENEURSHIP HUB's first phase.
The CEO of Thriller News Ghana, professional video and graphic editor, Mr. Alexander Tawiah, took the podium and educated the participants on a more practical, extensive, and comprehensive approach to video editing, which participants were required to practice on their laptops. The participants in an interaction with CoHSS Media House asserted that the project was a game changer in their lives since it armed them with a more complete approach to the job market in comparison to the theoretical side of their schooling.
The college's executives assured the entire membership of CoHSS KNUST that yesterday's program served as an introduction to the college's one-month intensive COHSSTREPRENEURSHIP Project and thus encouraged all students to participate in the project and become COHSSTREPRENEURS in KNUST's new era and beyond.