How to become an Affiliate University/Organization
3GC Inc. welcomes developing affiliate agreements with universities and organizations for their respective students, members, and employees to participate in our service learning programs in Ghana. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us by phone at (443) 732-5168 to set up a virtual or in person consultation meeting.
How to become a participant
3GC Inc. welcomes university students to apply to participate with the 3GC Inc. Service Learning programs in Ghana. Participants are required to complete a formal 3GC Inc application with university transcripts, two letters of recommendation from university officials (on official letterhead) and submit a service learning proposal based on career/major track. 3GC Inc. screens and evaluates applications and maintains the right to accept or deny applications. All participants are required to take the online/hybrid 3GC Inc Pan African Study Abroad course.
How to become a donor
3GC Inc. welcomes donors to support our mission of taking students of color to Ghana to engage in service learning. Please visit our donor page to make a donation online. Donors may also mail donations to 3GC Inc to our P.O. Box
P.O. Box 7114
Silver Spring, MD 20907
We are enthusiastically open to facilitating virtual or in person meetings to discuss corporate donor levels. Please email us at email@example.com or call us at (443) 732-5168.
Corporate donors may request that their donation be earmarked for specific 3GC Inc Initiatives, Projects, and travel funds for participants.
3GC Inc. Initiatives
1- Student Travel Resource Fund: to offset trip cost to participants, minimizing finances as a barrier to engage in international service learning in Ghana.
2- Collaborative Library Literacy Project: to promote literacy in Ghana through building of library resources in the form of African centered books and novels for children and university students.
3- The Greenhouse Project: to advocate for youth to re-engage in agriculture in collaboration with MeClink Company.
4- The Computer/IT Lab Project: to promote computer literacy and technology access, ultimately impacting the global digital divide, by providing laptops, raspberry pi technology and other resources in our local partner school sites in Ghana and providing professional development opportunities for teachers to utilize the resources in classrooms.
5- Kwame’s Kids Project: to promote educational empowerment by supplying essential school supplies and instructional resources to local partner schools in Ghana in collaboration with the Alpha chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. in honor of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah’s membership in the fraternity and his unwavering dedication to education of all African children.
6- The Pan African Student Summit: to promote platforms for university students from the Diaspora and Africa to convene to facilitate think tanks and action groups related to Pan African agendas in collaboration with True Culture University.
How to become a partner
3GC Inc. promotes collaborative partnerships with organizations, companies, and foundations that share core values and goals. Please visit our partner page to see current partners. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (443) 732-5168 to set up a virtual or in person meeting if you are interested in becoming a 3GC Inc. partner.