A special message from Fritzlin (New College Graduate)
Greetings Friends, and Family,
I hope you are doing well and sending God’s blessings your way. The past four and half years have been extraordinary and challenging, but you have always been there with me. This letter is a resume of my undergraduate season and a letter of gratitude.
I can not thank you enough for being part of my life and this outstanding achievement. I became a college graduate on May 1st; it was one of the best moments of my life. My college experience has been a blessing and a significant accomplishment. I was an athletic student, student worker, and student – but that did not stop me from being an excellent student. I made many friends and gained a lot of knowledge in public Policy, Public Administration, and Theology.
This year, I became a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honorable Society. It was a blessing for me to be part of an Honorable society with a network that includes former President Bill Clinton, U.S. Senator Susan Collins, and other successful politicians and law students. For the Public Policy Department at my school, I was the 2021 Outstanding Graduate. I could not accomplish anything if it were not for God and you. Thank you again for all the support and prayers.
This summer, I have the opportunity to intern with the World Relief Organization. I am working with the Integration department, where I will help clients in their search for employment. For eight weeks, I will be working with Refugees, and Immigrants in Sacramento, CA, to integrate them into the U.S.
I do not know what my next chapter will look like, but I will continue to trust God’s plan for my life. I plan on going back to Haiti after this summer and use my knowledge and skills to help the most vulnerable ones. Please, continue praying for me as I am transitioning into a new chapter in my life.
Thank you again, and may God bless you!
How can you support this journey?
Continue praying for me! I have seen God’s provision on this amazing journey, and I know He is continuing to lead, guide, and provide.