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Ange Felix



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University of Rwanda

Environmental Chemistry

CAREER: Chemist

GRAD DATE: Aug 2021


    • September 13, 2021 – Ange Felix shared his favorite song and what it means to him: “The song I want to share is “Promises” by Maverick City featuring Joe L Barnes: The reason I shared this song is because God will never change, no matter what you are going through. Just go back to him, praise him, give him your heart, and see miracles in your life. This song defines me a lot. There is this one time where my faith was completely lost, but my mother, whom I love so much, told me a word of God in Isaiah 60:22: “When it is the right time I, the Lord, I will make it happen.” From that day, my faith was revived. Then, when I hear this song, it feels like they are singing about me.”
    • July 16, 2021 – Ange Felix shared what resilience means to him: “Resilience empowers people to accept and adapt to situations and move on. It is also the capacity to recover from difficult life events and knowing how to motivate yourself. It helps you move on, think about, or adapt to doing things in different ways than before.”
    • March 1, 2021 – Ange Felix said his biggest lesson from 2020 was: “We as people, we plan what we are going to do, but God decides what is going to happen.”
    • December 1, 2020 – I’m studying Environmental Chemistry at the University of Rwanda (College of Science and Technology). My dream is to be a servant leader and help those without chances as I can, no matter how small that is. I want to help those with low voices, to help them know who they are, to help them know what they are capable of, and to know that they exist for a reason so they can choose wisely about their decisions and future. Mainly helping them to not give up in life, which will lead to sustainable success.
    • July 1, 2020 – We asked our students what makes them proud of their culture, and Ange Felix said: “Help each other. For example, how I’m doing my community impact project. About our daily life, helping each other was a culture which was provided by our ancestors, when you see someone on the street and help him or her without hesitating.”
    • March 30, 2020 – Ange Felix speaks 4 languages: English, French, Kinyarwanda, and a little Spanish.
    • March 30, 2020 – Ange Felix said his favorite drink is juice.
    • September 1, 2019 – Ange Felix spent his summer continuing to work on his Community Impact Project. He feels really proud of this project and the impact he has had in his community! We love how passionate our students are about their projects and to see them empowered to make the difference we know they can!
    • May 18, 2019 – Ange Felix said that this semester he learned “Firstly, in my classes, you can’t get what you didn’t work for. I just want to explain that you can’t get good grades while you watch movies or spent time without studying. Then at the monthly training, I learned it’s all about love. Actually what I want to hold onto is the love of the family. I just want to explain that in whatever situation, we need to help our colleagues, or our family.”
    • February 9, 2019 –When asked to define servant leadership, how that applies to his life now, and his future career, Ange Felix said: “Servant leadership is a kind of leadership where the leader serves his/her followers by sharing ideas, by communicating, and making decisions together. Servant leadership helps me as a class representative, where I serve students equally without expecting profits from them.”
    • November 19, 2018 – Ange Felix wants to be known as a strong communicator! Ange Felix hopes to be the top of his class!

Ange Felix’S CIRCLE


Ange Felix’s home felt warm and full of encouragement. Although schooling didn’t always come easy, he worked hard and focused on his weaknesses to complete his secondary education with strong marks. Ange Felix is excited to enter the University of Rwanda to pursue a degree in Environmental Science.  He also wants to use his education to encourage others to pursue their career dreams. He sees many young people pursuing careers based on family pressures or financial gain. Instead, he wants to encourage them to find and pursue their passion! Ange Felix isn’t afraid to step into leadership roles in his spare time! He has served as volleyball team captain, president of his cultural troupe, treasurer of his local service club, and leader of a youth mentorship movement!