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Emmanuel M



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University of Rwanda

Career Technology

Electrical Engineering

CAREER: Engineer

GRAD DATE: Aug 2021


    • September 1, 2019 – Emmanuel M spent his summer learning more about renewable and clean energy sources.
    • May 18, 2019 – This semester I learned a lot about proper time and financial management.
    • February 9, 2019 – When asked to define servant leadership, how that applies to his life now, and his future career, Emmanuel said: “This is the type of leadership where the aim of the leader is to serve. This philosophy has been helping me to serve my fellow classmates in our studies, and different areas where they may ask for my help. Not only classmates, but also my community. With God’s grace, I hope this philosophy will help me overcome selfishness in my professional life, striving for the greater good of the society whom I will be serving.”
    • November 19, 2018 – Emmanuel wants to be known as a loving and respectful person! He hopes for good grades in his classes this semester!

Emmanuel M’S CIRCLE


Emmanuel grew up in Tanzania with his parents and siblings. He has many fond memories of playing soccer and visiting relatives between schooling. But he also has memories of struggling to survive. Upon completing primary school, he was given a choice — stay in Tanzania with his family or relocate to Rwanda to continue his studies. Although it was a heartbreaking decision, he knew education was the key to a brighter future. So he moved to Rwanda, where he lived with relatives, focused on his schooling, and then received perfect marks on his National Graduation Exam.

Emmanuel has a dream to deliver clean and renewable energy to the rural areas of Rwanda, with the goal of boosting the overall development of Africa. He cannot wait to gain all of the information and connections he will need to make this dream a reality through his degree in Electrical Engineering.

Emmanuel is a man truly dedicated to his passions. At his church, he is responsible for leading a weekly prayer session for the congregation, while also fundraising to expand the building. He also spends two hours each day training to participate in local foot races!