Some years ago when LOEP teacher trainers conducted the first teacher workshop at Lott Carey Mission School,Muriel Craigwell was an intern assistant for the workshop facilitators. A high school student back then, Muriel showed great potential and promise for a career as an educator. She begins to fulfill that promise now.
Last week Muriel graduated from Stella Maris Polytechnical Institute in Liberia with a Bachelor of Science in Education. A student of remarkable ability, she maintained her honors status throughout her four-year college career and graduated with honors and distinction!
Muriel is pictured here with Mrs. Rosa Allen, Principal of Instruction at Lott Carey Mission School. Mrs. Allen, herself a highly accomplished educator well-regarded in her field, has mentored Muriel since she was in high school.
Reverend Emile Sam-Peal, Superintendent of Lott Carey Mission School, is also pictured with Muriel. He has been an enthusiastic sponsor for her seeking assistance for scholarships, encouraging her further study and having her work with students at Lott Carey.
After her first intern year, Muriel was a valuable participant in all the annual LOEP workshops.
LOEP sends congratulations to Muriel. We are so proud of her accomplishments and look forward to her success as a teacher. Muriel will make a difference in the lives of her students and in the future of her nation!