76 Students Graduate from 842 Computer Schools in Liberia

76 students graduated from the 842 Computer Technology School Program from two of our locations in Liberia this year 2015. Specifically, 34 students graduated on May 16, 2015 from the 842 Computer Technology School located on the Heart of Grace Elementary, Junior and Senior High Campus in the Rehab City View Community area in Lower Johnsonville, Liberia. Another 42 students as members of the first cycle graduated today June 6, 2015 from the 842 Computer Technology School located at the Alexandria A. Andrews Academy Elementary, Junior and Senior High School Campus in Gbarnga, Bong County, Central Liberia. 

To the entire graduating classes of both schools, we say congratulations ladies and gentlemen on your valuable achievements for the future of Liberia! We are very proud of every one of you. We pray that God will continue to bless the good works of your hands! Freely you have received from us this day and we hope and pray that you will also give back freely to others. Thanks a lot to the entire volunteer team on the ground in Liberia for their sacrificial services to the nation. God bless you guys richly! What you have made happened for others, God will certainly make happen for you.

I am once again; very encouraged by your priceless efforts to keep running with this vision and not stop. I think to transform Liberia for the better; we must all become selfless in our endeavors, priorities and thinking! We must see life above ourselves today and focused more on 10-15 years from now to create a better future for our children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. 

To all of our friends, partners and supporters both in Liberia and abroad, we say a big, big thank you for your valuable continual support of our work. We hope that from these pictures, you are able to see, feel and experience the real impact of your contributions to Change Agent Network in the lives of the struggling Liberian people. God bless you richly!
We give our sincere thanks and appreciation particularly to our dynamic leadership team in Liberia for their hard work and sacrificial services to their fellow Liberians as we all work together to fight poverty through education.

To learn more about this computer program and its impact in Liberia, please visit: http://www.canintl.org/842-computer