I had the opportunity to return home and participate in a professional internship in the field of Construction Management. I … Continue reading Internship Spotlight: “Building Safer” – Yusuf Njoroge
As a child he was always fascinated by all the things that happened in hospitals. He would always tell his parents he wanted to become a medical doctor in the future. Today, Momodou Gobi Bah (goes by Gobi), from The Gambia, is realizing his dream. He is a rising senior in neuroscience at Michigan State University.
Though at an early age Gobi had a passion for the medical field, he was not sure if he was “ready for such a challenging career,” Gobi said.
But this changed in the summer of 2016 when he had the opportunity to intern at Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Ghana. It is a requirement for Scholars to complete an internship on the continent of Africa, an opportunity he used to completely immerse himself in the hospital life. Continue reading “In, out of a hospital with Gobi Bah: It’s all about ‘restoring hope, form’”
Luyando is first child in a family of five, in Chawama, a slum in Lusaka, Zambia. Being the eldest sibling … Continue reading How a young leader is made: Luyando Katenda’s story
“After graduation, I want to work in an insurance company, and liaise with government to create and implement policies that allow low-income families to have access to life and health insurance. My ultimate goal will be to start my own insurance company” writes Nikkita Ngalande, a sophomore majoring in actuarial science at Michigan State University through the MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program. Last summer, she landed a life changing internship at a world-class insurance company, Swiss Re, in Cape Town, South Africa. When she returned to Michigan State, we asked her to share her experience. Continue reading “Internship Spotlight: “Putting my future into perspective” – Nikkita Ngalande”
A journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. So says a Chinese proverb. What happens after the first … Continue reading A journey to the ‘Last Mile’ – Jalang Conteh on public health in Liberia
“I did two internships during my freshman and sophomore years, all office work and I thought I should do some … Continue reading Internship Spotlight: Vincent Karenzi supports the coffee value chain in Rwanda
By Makafui Borbi I had an incredibly amazing experience at the Skoll World Forum. You can find a video Being … Continue reading Being fiercely compassionate: My Skoll World Forum Experience