Meet Our Q3 InternsOctober 12, 2022 2022-10-18 11:23
Meet Our Q3 Interns
Meet Our Q3 Interns
Every Quarter Esri Eastern Africa offers internship and attachment opportunities to students and graduates, from different Eastern Africa countries that it serves. Meet this year’s Q3 interns and what some of them had to say about their 3 months stay at Esri Eastern Africa.
Mukaluvusha Edith – Uganda
A graduate of Makerere University with a bachelor’s degree in Land Surveying and Geomatics.
She is one of the Q3 Esri Eastern Africa interns from Kampala, Uganda and she is humbled to have been part of the great program.
She hopes to apply these skills as a way of finding solutions to daily life problems faced by societies in Uganda and the world at large.
Quinto Juma – Kenya
A member of the Institution of Surveyors of Kenya, under the GIS chapter. Graduate of the University of Nairobi, Department of Geospatial Engineering.
Quinto is a self-motivated geospatial engineer with remarkable academic and technical qualifications. He is also an entrepreneur with an artistic mind.
He is passionate about Remote Sensing and GIS technologies in problem-solving initiatives and knowledge building.
Wendy Kibiego – Kenya
Final year Geospatial engineering student at the University of Nairobi.
She is engrossed in the potential GIS offers to enhance agriculture sustainability through integrating the spatial dimension of agriculture into agricultural policies.
Wendy also loves providing care to children and enjoys being around them!
Calvins Jones – Tanzania
He is currently a second-year student at Ardhi University, Tanzania taking a Bachelor of Science in GIS and Remote Sensing.
He appreciates being part of the ESRI Eastern African internship team.
He is excited to use his knowledge of GIS and Remote Sensing to solve community problems as well as impacting the knowledge to Tanzanians and the rest of the world.
Lynette Wangari – Kenya
She’s a graduate of the University of Nairobi with a degree in Urban Planning.
She’s passionate about how GIS technology helps Urban Planners in solving problems in land development, sustainability, and community development.
At the end of her internship, she hopes to have a better understanding of how GIS can be incorporated into solving spatial and non-spatial issues in the world.
Tani Eric Ceaser – Uganda
A recent graduate from Makerere University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Land Surveying and Geomatics.
He is a GIS analyst and a drone pilot. Eric loves volunteering and working for the greater good of the community. He also loves to travel and is a big fan of STEM subjects.
Tani aspires to make a difference in society by leveraging GIS technology to solve problems.
Makomola Rehema – Tanzania
She is currently a third-year student at Ardhi University and taking a Bachelor of Science in Geographical Information Systems and Remote Sensing.
Her passion in the field is to integrate GIS with other principles to come up with optimal solutions for various sector problems.
Outside her field, she is interested in public speaking.
Erick Abuor – Kenya
A finalist at the University of Nairobi pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Geospatial Engineering and Space Technology.
He is currently honing his skills in developing spatial analysis algorithms in Jupyter environment, GEE and GeoPython with a leaning toward SDGs 7, 13, 14 & 15.
He hopes to become a GIS developer in the field of Geoconservation.
Brenda Moses – Tanzania
She has a bachelor’s degree in Geoinformatics. She is passionate about community development and humanitarian work.
She hopes her skills in Geospatial science will aid her in solving various community issues.
Throughout her internship, she has learned independent skills and earned confidence in reaching her goals and ambitions.
Ryan Kibet – Kenya
A student from The University of Nairobi currently pursuing a degree in Geospatial Engineering.
He is passionate about applying GIS to provide solutions to world spatial problems.
He has enjoyed his attachment at Esri EA and has learned a lot that will help him as he journeys on his course and has also gained new skills that are imperative in his course.
Mwakinyuke Dominic – Tanzania
A second-year student from Ardhi University, Tanzania pursuing a Bachelor of Science in GIS & RS.
His passions are in developing prototypes from various spatial analyses with the aim of providing solutions for community problems.
Currently, he is involved in providing solutions for Parcel Information Systems for Unplanned Settlement
Shaban Magawila – Tanzania
Member of Youth Mappers since 2017. Graduate of the Institute of Rural Development Planning – Dodoma, Bachelor’s Degree in Urban Development and Environmental Management.
He is self-motivated, using GIS and Remote Sensing to help Urban, Marine, and Environmental planners to have better planning.
He is excited to work with the community and other stakeholders to ensure an improved quality of life for both rural and urban residents.
Jovin Andrea – Tanzania
Graduated from the University of Dodoma-Tanzania with a Bachelor of Science in Geoinformatics.
He is passionate about ArcGIS applications for utilities and solving community problems using GIS.
He hopes to put his internship knowledge and skill into practice, in the delivery of a sound solution.
If you’re a GIS enthusiast and are interested in joining our internship program, contact us at https://www.esriea.com/careers/ You can also join our training program to learn more about ArcGIS products.