Blogs

02 05
2021

Blogs

Kepler community attends Car Free Day: Planks, reflections, and the Kepler spirit

We caught up with a group of Kepler staff and alumni at Car Free Day in mid-January. Amidst high-spirited cross-fitters and a (slightly intimidating) karate team, our Kepler community powered through ab work and stretches, all with smiles on their faces. Check out their reflections on exercise, mental…

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01 22
2021

Blogs

Grads talk Healthcare Management during COVID: Initiative, Inspiration, and Individual Action

“Currently, we’re seeing the significance of healthcare management,” considers Benita Gwaneza. “Coronavirus has exposed the gaps in healthcare and really emphasized the importance of prevention.” Recently, Kepler-Southern New Hampshire University graduates Benita Gwaneza and Joella Ingabire reflected on the global health climate with us. Both studied Healthcare Management…

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12 21
2020

Blogs

From DEO to CEO: Graduate Benita Mulungi talks Kepler community spirit

Benita Mulungi is driven. While studying full-time with Kepler-SNHU, Benita took on extra responsibilities as student guild president and technology learning assistant. But, she points out, she wasn’t alone. Now as a graduate, Benita reflects on Kepler’s supportive community spirit.    “It was hard. I can’t say I did…

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12 18
2020

Blogs

Kepler in Motion: How Kepler alumni – Moshions staff are applying lessons outside of class.

Meet Dany, Belyse, and Calene.  They work at Moshions, one of Rwanda’s leading fashion brands. They’re also all Kepler-SNHU graduates. “My major takeaway is that Kepler prepared me for work,” says Calene Ingabire, an Office Assistant at Moshions. “Not only did it give me theoretical knowledge, but it…

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11 17
2020

Blogs

The Value of Gaining Professional Experience before Graduation.

Niyonkuru Egide, recent Kepler/SNHU graduate & Quality Assurance Officer at Siriforce.   The COVID-19 pandemic has not been an easy time for refugees, especially for those graduating. Fortunately, with the support of the Kepler academic team and refugee college guidance counselors, I managed to graduate with a Bachelor’s…

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