It’s been six weeks of learning digital skills, social media management, how to code using HTML and CSS, and also build responsive websites with WordPress. The participants of Soronko Rotary Girls Coding Project have gone through these weeks also learning how to write a concise CV, gaining soft skills in public speaking and equipping themselves with the skills and knowledge to become entrepreneurs. The participants of the second cohort for the Soronko Rotary Girls Coding Project held their graduation ceremony on Friday, 13th November 2020. The CEO of Soronko Academy, Mrs. Regina Honu, moderated the event with members from Rotary Club Accra-Airport, the staff of Soronko Academy, friends and family of the participants in attendance. The event kicked off with an opening prayer by the HR of Soronko Academy, Ms Annette Agyare, after which they took turns in groups to present their project work. The presentation saw participants presenting websites based on themes assigned to each group. These themes included a website for the Year of Return, which had a bookings page and gallery to guide visitors. There was also a website for a Ghanaian celebrity, Sarkodie which serves as a one-stop location for everything Sarkodie where fans could purchase new music, tickets to events and get alerts and news around the artiste. Another group presented a theme on an e-bakery website and a wine shop where you could order wines from top brands around the world. We were honoured to have Mr Cardoc Mills Lamptey, the past president of Rotary Accra-Airport City, to give a speech at the graduation ceremony. He started by showing the audience a glass with water filled to half its capacity then asked the audience, “is the glass half-filled or half-empty?” Mr Cardoc used this analogy to explain the importance of perspective and how it helps one to be discerning as an individual because, just like the water in the glass, it is right when you say it’s half full and also right when you say it is half empty. Mr Cardoc motivated the ladies to be determined in all spheres as they venture out to put their skills acquired to use. He tasked them to be agents of change and make themselves, Soronko Academy and Rotary proud. The e-counsellor for the project also gave a brief talk on the need for the ladies to make use of counselling and therapy sessions to help them become better individuals themselves. She later presented an award for “Dedicated Distinction” to Ms Patricia Mensah for making efficient use of the career and guidance counselling office at Soronko Academy. Benedicta Dormenyo, Eva Boamah and Bernitta Achaa, were also awarded for their commitments on e-counselling. The best-built website and well-presented project, “Girls In Zongo” a website to highlight the challenges faced by young ladies in Zongo Communities took the third place. The website for a Ghanaian musician, Sarkodie took the second place and “Henry’s Bakery” a website for a bakery that allows its users to place orders and view its available menu, took the first place. The participants were then presented with “Certificates of Completion” by representatives from Rotary Club Accra-Airport City. The event ended with a vote of thanks by Ms Josephine Offei, the Career and Development Advisor of Soronko Academy. The participants, together with the staff of Soronko Academy and representatives of Rotary Club Accra-Airport City took a group picture and networked amongst themselves.