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Fred

Fred-M

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Fred-M

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Fred-M

Rwanda

National University of Rwanda

Fred-M

Civil Engineering

CAREER: Civil Engineer

GRAD DATE: Summer 2020

Journey

  • March 28, 2017 - When asked about the 3 things he values most, Fred said making friends, God and his community!
  • Feb 13, 2017 - Fred is most empowered when others acknowledge him for his small acts of kindness. These comments push him to work harder to be remembered as a good man in his community.
  • Jan 17, 2017 - Life isn't without challenges. Last year, a challenge Fred faced was when his house collapsed. Trying to find help and take care of his family, he learned how to be mature, accept his responsibilities and have faith.
  • Dec 8, 2016 - In 2017 Fred is most excited about starting his Community Impact Project where he will be teaching high school students about leadership and how to prepare for University!

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Bio

On the first day of primary school Fred lost his father. He was raised by his mother who worked tirelessly to provide for her family. With hope for a better life for his family and the future of Rwanda, Fred is pursuing a degree in Civil Engineering so he can help those who need it. He wants to build strong, safe schools because he believes that investing in education is the key to a hopeful future. Fred says, “A leader turns challenges into opportunities,” and we believe in his ability to lead and make a difference!

When Fred was in high school, he founded and led his debate team, which represented the country regionally in the 2014 East African Debate Championship held in Kampala, Uganda!


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