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Job A., The future rector of his own high school for disadvantaged youth.

“I want to found a high school for needy girls and boys of my community.”
Thanks to the "Keller-Tanner-Stipendium XI", Job is now in year 2 of the scholarship. His performance is excellent.
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Job is a 16 year old boy from Sabaki, Kenya.

About Job

Job is a boy from Sabaki, Malindi.

His thoughts on his future career revolve around professions such as teacher, businessman or pilot. Job’s application shows a high level of helpfulness towards third parties. His (mentioned) vocation to become a “Business Economics Teacher” seems to be plausible. One day, he wants to found his own high school for disadvantaged youngsters.

In his free time, he likes to play football with whoever from his entire community – a real team player!
In addition to the school supplies, he also wants to learn more about “life skills” and first aid during his high school years.

His parents are both unemployed. He is their eldest son and has 4 younger siblings. Rector and teachers also recommend his support because his parents are separated, which will certainly be an additional burden on the boy’s shoulders.

Job finished primary school among the 10% best of all Kenyan students in his graduation year.

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