We love receiving feedback from our A2E scholars. At the beginning of the year the girls receive their scholarship contracts:
At the end of the year we received some great reflections from the girls about how the A2Empowerment scholarship helped them and their families:
Thanks to our Peace Corp Volunteer, Mary Screen, for sending over the reflections and the great pictures!
Some of our A2Empowerment scholars receiving our A2E goodie bags with items that include pens & pencils, bracelets, folders, hair tires, etc. Thanks to Dick Sulle, the interim head of the English Language and Literature of English Expression, for the awesome photos! Remember it only costs $75 to send a girl to school in Cameroon, so donate today!
My A2Empowerment girls are all Upper Sixth
students, toughing it out through the last year of high schools and
national exams. A2Empowerment has been a great experience, and
recently we discussed volunteering and the importance of giving back
to the community. The girls were optimistic enough to sign on to
helping me with the World Map Project! A few long weekends later, it
came together and we all signed it with our painted hand prints. One of the girls joked that, “after this, they better pass their next
Thank you to Kathleen Kirsch for sending us this picture and commentary!!
A rewarding part of giving scholarships is the gratitude shown by the girls afterwards. Below are invaluable letters sent by scholarship recipients to A2Empowerment.
Thank You Letters to A2Empowerment