International Leadership and Business Summit Team:
Our Life-Changing Project
2. New Features and Special Sales
3. Customer Relations
Our Business Partner: Computer Business Center
Story of the business
Muhammad has always had an aptitude for computer training and repairs this drew him to learn all he could at an early stage and eventually he began the business.
About The Owner: Muhammad Sani
Muhammad Sani began working with the center in 2011. He was put in charge of website and software design. Sani graduated from Federal polytechnic Bauchi in the same year, where he read Computer science. Since then he has been with the center.
M.S Dauda provides the local community with low-cost computer training and repairs and has become a hub for computer training and printing service. Many Nigerian high school kids have had the opportunity of receiving low cost computer training during their summer break with M.S. Dauda. These services have allowed multiple families and individuals who couldn’t afford computer training in other high end schools to get the needed training. M.S is also training community members looking to develop their skills computer services so they can apply to the growing computer job market within Nigeria.Because of the success of M.S computer training program, government agencies and schools have hired their services to provide low-cost training to their government officials, teachers and students. The demand is so high Muhammad and his team have traveled to 14 different areas within Bauchi state, providing computer training to over 200 people this year alone.
Class of 2018
Hello, my name is Emily Tran and I am a rising Senior currently attending Irvington High School in Fremont, California. I love to sketch in my spare time and take midnight strolls around the neighborhood. I enjoy challenging myself by partaking in a wide variety of extracurricular activities such as volunteer work and clubs. I am currently managing the IHS Rock Climbing Club and The Career Insights Club as an officer, as well as volunteering at the local Tri-City food bank.
I am grateful for the opportunity that the Leadership Initiatives Program has provided me and am excited to help change the world.
Class of 2018
I am Firaol Woldemariam and I am a rising senior at Robert E. Lee Highschool. I am a full IB Diploma candidate, so I take all of the most challenging courses offered at my school and I continuously look for service opportunities to connect with my community. As an IB student, I learned to take initiative and make myself well-rounded. I am a Chairperson for the Hispanic Honor Society, and a Special Advisor for an NAACP chapter. Almost every Saturday I go to Sunrise Senior home and conduct group and Individual activities. I also take initiative outside of my own community, my friends and I worked with Operation Smile, which I an NGO that hopes to provide cleft lip surgeries for children in third world countries and our group raised money so that those children would have the money to get surgery and smile once again. I am shaped as a person by the IB values of awareness of our community and other communities.
I am thrilled to use Leadership Initiatives to positively impact other communities improve the lives of many.
Class of 2019
My name is Jacob Stewart, and I am currently a rising junior at Central York High School. I challenge myself by participating in extracurricular activities, while also maintaining good grades in my honors courses. I play tennis and I run cross country for the Central York Cross Country team, as well as sing for the choir and play piano. I enjoy playing games and finding issues that pose a problem, as well as assist friends who are in need.
I am very excited to help my business partner in the LI program, and am very glad I got to participate in the ILBS program in D.C this summer.
Class of 2019
My name is Kurt Hammen, and I am a rising junior at Central York High School. I challenge myself academically by pursuing higher level honors courses, well as participating in side clubs, such as Envirothon. I am an active member of my Boy Scout troop, and have earned the rank of Eagle Scout. I participate in Cross Country running at my school, and I am also on the swim team. Music is also one of my favorite activities, and I was a member of PMEA District 7 Band.
I am thrilled to be partaking in the ILBS program. I’ve always wanted to have a global impact with my work, and this program gives me the opportunity to do so.
Class of 2019
My name is Zac Clark and I am currently a junior at Hillgrove High School, in the state of Georgia. I am involved in many extracurricular activities. Some of those activities include FBLA, DECA, national business honors society, and I also play varsity basketball for my school.
My best qualities include patience, determination, willingness, and my most important attribute, time management. Words cannot explain the excitement that I have to
be a part of this program, and help the daily lives of people who need it.
Class of 2021
My name is Saahas Mehta. I will be a freshman at Clarksburg High School. I like to challenge myself by getting good grades in honors courses while partaking in many extracurricular activities. I currently live in Germantown, Maryland. I participated in NJHS and Tri-M in school. Outside of school, I play sports and take music lessons.
I am really excited to be a part of the ILBS program. I can’t wait to help my business partner this year in DC.