SNHU GEM student turned employee leveraged his internship into gainful employment, and is paving the way for other refugees to transform their lives through education and remote work.
Using his SNHU GEM degree, internship experiences, and support from GEM partner JWL, Prince Lokendo was able to turn his passion for helping others into a career.
By putting student needs and experiences at the center, higher education is possible for refugees and other displaced learners.
Working toward her degree in Communications, Rita helps support her community through mindfulness, literacy, and health education.
This year’s SNHU GEM Annual Impact Report focuses on what it’s like for our refugee students to pursue their education in a global pandemic.
Working toward her degree in Healthcare Management, Nour has found her footing while inspiring women in her community.
During the pandemic, GEM students have used their SNHU education to support their communities.
If you are a student, and you want to be successful, you should consider the four following few items on your journey. These will be important to you for your success. Know your “why.” Be consistent. Live your life with integrity. And finally, never misuse any opportunity of connecting and seeking support. Knowing your “why”
Studies have impacted my life beyond classroom in many ways. I have changed personally, professionally, and I have also changed socially and psychologically Studies have impacted my life beyond classroom because my professional life changed. The first thing I learned was time management. I was taught to use and to respect a schedule. Using a
Being in the classroom as a university student means a lot to me. When I am in the classroom, I think about the prayers I prayed before. I can remember times I prayed for being able to be in a classroom as a university student. Being in a classroom is the answer of my prayers.