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Faith KathambiFaith Kathambi
B.S. University of Nairobi
Business/Finance
August 2010
Plans:  Earn MBA in USA and start a business in Kenya that benefits the poor.

 

 

 

Dominic MuriukiDominic Muriuki
B.S. University of Nairobi
Medicine
June 2011
Plans: Seek internship in USA in 2010 to strengthen his application to medical school.  Interested in research medicine in Sub-Saharan Africa.

 



Fredah KameneFredah Kamene
A.S. Diablo Valley Community College, California USA
June 2011
Plans: After B.S., will continue counseling and advocacy  for women and children struggling with HIV+/AIDS and poverty in Kenya.

 

 

 

Prisca KagendoPrisca Kagendo
B.S. Teaching (Science)/Counseling
Kenya Methodist University, Kenya
July 2010
Plans: Teach secondary level science in Kenya. Seeks MA, if funding available.

 

 

 

Ben MuriukiBen Muriuki
B.S. Teaching (Science)/Counseling
Kenya Methodist University, Kenya
July 2010
Plans: Teach secondary level science in Kenya. Seeks graduate funding for environmental science and college/university administration.

 

 

 



Who are ICSP Sponsors?

ICSP sponsors are concerned individuals or groups who know firsthand the value of a college education. ICSP sponsors know that you change the world one person at a time. ICSP sponsors are committed to giving that critical boost to hard-working, deserving students who, as beneficiaries of your assistance, will provide for their own families and give back to their communities in myriad ways.

Sponsors are any individual, group of individuals and/or organizations who want to help the next generation of Kenyans build a future for themselves, their families and their communities. Some ICSP sponsors are individuals, who honor friends and family by using holiday funds to support an ICSP scholar instead of buying gifts. ICSP sponsors can be a middle- or high school class or a college organization or a church group. Sponsors can be a company, or colleagues within a company, or a group of friends or families.

Sponsors can provide any amount at any time. If sponsoring specific students, sponsors will send $1,500 each term to coincide with the Kenyan college terms: in December, April, August, and December.