We are eight members in our family including me the eldest child. My father is called Isingoma Erisam who is currently on sick bed after being diagnosed with chronic kidney cancer. He is in a critical condition. My mum is called Musiime Evas and is also unemployed but hustles for the whole family. I am a Ugandan from the Rubirizi district. Currently I am at Mbarara University of Science and Technology pursuing a bachelor of science with Education, Chem-math, the course of my dreams for transforming my society.
My dream is to be a teacher because I love teaching and associating with young people especially. Teachers play very important roles in society. Besides instilling knowledge to the learners, organizing fun activities to help teenagers' development, they also have to pass moral value onto the next generation, producing disciplined responsible citizens. When I close my eyes, I picture myself teaching a classroom of diverse yet alike students. Some of these students don’t speak English as their first language, and some come from low-income households that have limited educational experiences outside of the classroom. And yet, no matter what differences these students bring to the table, their uniqueness flows throughout the classroom in such a positive energy that embraces, respects, and promotes learning. This is the goal I am working towards; the goal of inspiring our youth to become self-advocates for their learning.
I enjoy reading, traveling and performing community service. I also like brain stimulating games like playing chess and puzzles.