S. Morris Massalay

UNITED NATIONS ACADEMIC IMPACT AND MCN PROUDLY PRESENT S. MORRIS MASSALAY, A  MILLENNIUM FELLOW FOR THE CLASS OF 2018.

African Methodist Episcopal University l Monrovia, Liberia l Advancing SDG 4 and UNAI 3

"I am excited to be a Millennium Fellow because of the wide range of knowledge and networking opportunities the fellowship offers. the opportunity to develop my leadership skills and learn from people from across the globe on the same platform with like-minded youths and professionals"

 

 

Millennium Fellowship Project

The Youth Academic Engagement Project is an academic support project that is seeking to reach out to the youthful population in Liberia aimed at promoting quality education and providing academic support to deserving students.

YAEP has several measurable goals to be accomplished within the timeframe of August - November which include but not limited to: Survey of academic deserving youths in targeted slum communities, formal launching of academic support project, as well as the commencement of intensive awareness of the quality of education. This project is advancing SDG 4 the UNAI principle #3.

About the Millennium Fellow

Sedeke Morris Massalay is a Liberian youth born during the Liberian civil war on July 24th, 1992. He hopes to make positive impacts on society. He is a student and youth leader who has spent over six years fighting for quality education for the youthful population of Liberia. Having spent lots of time training and teaching young people at high school level on debate and public speaking, he has also witnessed the power that education has on transforming people and the society at large. Working with young people in academic related events are to him the most memorable activities in his life. He believes that education should be provided to all those who seek it and that only through quality education people can truly save themselves from poverty.

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