The STEM DRC Initiative Awards STEM Scholarships to Congolese Students in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Our Work is Funded by Donations From Members, Individuals, Corporations, & Foundations with Socio-Economic or Humanitarian Interests in the DRC.
Dr. Sandrine Ngalula Mubenga,
Ph.D., PE, Professor of Electronic Engineering Technology, Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, & Civil Servant as Director General of the Electricity Regulatory Agency (ARE) of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
The STEM DRC Initiative (SDI) provides STEM Scholarships in the DRC with a goal of funding 100 scholarships per year.
The outcome will be 700 STEM Professionals working in the DRC by the year 2030
SDI Scholarship Recipients are Students Studying Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) to Prepare For Professions Needed in the DRC.
Universities and Professors Are Engaged, Insuring Student Sucess
The STEM DRC Initiative is a properly regisgered 501(c)(3)
Non-Profit Organization. All Donations are Tax Deductible Applications are Vetted.
Students progress is monitored. Mentoring is Provided and Graduates will receive assistance finding employment.
There Are Few Real Opportunities To Change The World. Together We Are Many Who Can! Every Donation Helps Create Social and Economic Transformation By Empowering Bright Young Congolese Students To Create A Brighter Future For An Entire Nation!
If we can meet our goal of awarding at least 100 scholarships a year starting in 2020 then there could be 700 Working STEM Professionals in the DRC by 2030.
Support from the USA and the Diaspora, from individuals or organizations interested in education, socio-economic reform in poverty stricken countries, or in addressing humanitarian issues, as well as Congolese Sponsors with social, humanitarian, or business interests in the DRC can help the STEM DRC Initiative provide STEM Scholarships for University Students In The Democratic Republic Of The Congo in Africa. Even Small Donations Help!
Your contribution will make an impact, whether you can donate $5, $50, $500, or $5,000. Every little bit helps. Thank you for your support.