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WE ARE AFRICA. EXPECT MORE.

SCALING IMPACT

With a growing pipeline of globally-educated and high-capacity talent in Africa, Bridge2Rwanda is creating more opportunities for Africa’s young talent to use their skills, experience and passion to embrace the continent’s greatest challenges.

Pipeline of Talent

In addition to B2R Scholars, Bridge2Rwanda offers career counseling and job placement services to all high capacity and globally-educated Rwandan university graduates.

Career Development

The BRIDGE Career Services connects globally-educated talent to meaningful careers opportunities in Rwanda and East Africa to accelerate growth and progress

Employment Opportunities

The BRIDGE partners with a broad network of over 200 of Rwanda’s top employers who value high-capacity talent.

EQUIP
LEADERS

The Bridge2Rwanda Scholars Program selects the most talented high school graduates, fuses them into a lifelong Fellowship, helps them earn scholarships to study abroad and equips them to launch their careers in Africa.

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B2R Scholars have been
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B2R Scholars have graduated from university

LAUNCH CAREERS

Bridge2Rwanda helps B2R Scholars and other globally educated students identify their vocational callings, arrange summer internships, find jobs and launch their careers in Africa when they graduate.

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summer internships
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permanent job
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CREATE OPPORTUNITIES

Bridge2Rwanda is committed to creating opportunities for high capacity young leaders to gain experience, become entrepreneurs and build impactful businesses and social enterprises in Rwanda and East Africa.

SpONSOR

Help cover the cost of essential needs not covered by Scholars' university scholarships

HOST

Provide a home away from home and emotional support for Scholars during their four years abroad

HIRE

Connect with our pipeline of high capacity talent as they graduate and launch their careers in Africa