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Today, Joseph-David is glad to be at HELP, not only because of the financial support, but also because of the program’s values and ideals. “I like that HELP’s leadership classes push students to be conscientious and responsible citizens,” he says. “It teaches us to be proud of our communities, but also to realize ways to change things for the better.” Joseph-David also enjoys English classes, where he has made great progress. “I’ve never had an English teacher who really encouraged me to speak before.”
Joseph-David hopes to use his degree to “help bring peace to my country through technology.” He dreams of finding ways to use technology to stop violence and gang problems, particularly in tough urban neighborhoods like the one where he grew up. Above all, he is passionate about staying in Haiti: “Educated people need to stay here in order to push for progress – we need to take responsibility for our