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Prince N

PROGRESS

OUR GOAL: A CIRCLE OF SUPPORTERS GIVING $350/MONTH OR $4200 FOR THE YEAR

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Rwanda

Adventist University of Central Africa

Career Technology

Software Engineering

CAREER: Software Engineer

GRAD DATE: 2026

JOURNEY

    • April 16, 2024 – Our students shared what was most meaningful to them from our recent Leadership Development Workshop. Prince shared: “Thinking about our conversation, it depicted how being a leader is not about having those fancy titles but being honest, caring, and humble. Everyone’s ideas in that conversation helped me see that being a leader means helping others and striving to make things better. For me, it reminded me that being a good leader means always trying to improve, to be there for the people I lead, and also making hard decisions not based on my emotions or circumstances, but instead based on the bigger vision I have for you or the people I lead. This was reflected in my colleague who shared with us a story on how he didn’t accept the jobs he was offered while studying, but he had to stick to his dream instead of accepting those jobs that pay well for this season and let go of his dream. Overall, this workshop made me think about how I can be a better leader and support those around me.”

Prince N’S CIRCLE

BIO

Prince was born into a family of six – his mom, himself, and four siblings. Life was challenging. Although Prince’s mom had a job, her salary wasn’t enough to meet all of the needs of his family. But Prince worked hard in school. He realized education was the pathway to a better life, not only for himself, but for his family as well.

Prince grew up in a rural community where there was almost no technology. Members of this community were farmers. They were used to using the traditional methods of growing crops and raising cattle. But then the government started programs to help rural communities become more innovative, not only in their farming practices, but also in finding solutions to community problems. In secondary school, Prince recognized the need for rural communities to become more proficient in using computers and computer technology to address their community issues.

Prince attends the Adventist University of Central Africa, where he is studying Software Engineering. His dream is to improve access to technology in rural communities. In particular, he hopes to develop software to help students in rural communities create technology-based services that will make a positive difference in people/’s lives.

Outside the classroom, Prince loves to play piano and lead worship at his church. He also enjoys volunteering and participating in various clubs.