HOPE School of Leadership is pleased to announce today that Robin Ndunda has been named the Valedictorian of the Class of 2015. Robin finishes his two year diploma program with the highest levels of excellence, commitment and consistency. We are proud of all that he has accomplished so far and all that he will accomplish in the future.
Robin has lived in Kamulu, Nairobi Since 2004, where he is a team member at Made in the Streets. He has been responsible for church activities such as a Sunday school and VBS. He is a boys’ dorm supervisor and wood working instructor at Made in the Streets. There, he has developed major skills in being a self-starter and increasing his responsiblity. Robin is married and blessed with one child.
Robin comments, "I have experienced a lot during these courses as a hope school student. One, being able to associate in an online platform. Personally, I have come to new, informed ways of reasoning and respect of others’ opinions through the weekly class discussions. My computer skills have increased through regular use of the computer in my studies." We'd like to add that his academic and spiritual growth over the past two years has been exciting to watch develop and inspiring to many along the way.
Congratulations, Robin, and all of our students who will be graduating in the Class of 2015. The inaugural HOPE School graduation ceremony will take place on Friday, 18 December 2015 at the Safari Park Hotel and Conference Center in Nairobi, Kenya. There will be 14 young people that will graduate and be honored on this special occasion.