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Meet Some Current Students

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Thulisile is a South African girl studying for a Bachelor in Education. As she has always dreamt of becoming a teacher, Thulisile had been a volunteer assistant teacher at the local community school before entering university. During her first year of studies, she has mastered various challenges stemming from the long distance to university or originally not knowing how to use a computer. After completing her course, Thulisile plans on returning to her Community and work as a certified teacher

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Zanele pursues a Bachelors Degree in Education in South Africa and has just successfully passed her first year. After already having been accepted to tertiary education a few years ago, she wasn't able to pay the fees and instead had to support her ill mother at home. It was therefore with even greater joy that Zanele was able to enter university last year and start over. By now, she has gotten used to studying again, enjoys her courses and is growing confident in her knowledge and ability to master various challenges accompanying her journey at university

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Melani is studying Early Childhood Education in Turkana County. She has successfully passed her second year National Certificate.
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Rukshana is a nursing student from Nepal. She has recently completed one of her practical sessions in one of the biggest hospitals and is in her final successful year. 


Beatrice is studying for a BSc in Biochemistry in Ghana. In her most recent email she writes: " I must say I have never regretted choosing biochemistry as a course despite the voluminous lecture notes and the many projects works involved. I read nine subjects in second semester...I have been able to maintain my academic status as a second class upper student though I am putting in more effort to be a first class student"



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Josephine is studying for a Bachelor of Education in English literature.

She is also mentoring a girl in grade 7 called Lencer.

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Samsida is pursuing a Bachelor of Education in Nepal and is expected to graduate in 2022. 


Caroline is an orphan who was raised by her aunt. During her years in school she was a constant member of the netball and volleyball teams frequently representing the school in sub-county championships. As a hard working student she is now studying Education, in Kenya, in order to become a teacher. "My greatest motivation has always been my need to mentor young minds and where possible support others in their work towards achieving their dreams".

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