Growing up in Equatorial Guinea, I realized the lack of conversations for students regarding career choices after high school graduation. I decided to create a platform to advocate for education and professional development by presenting  different career paths and highlighting STEM/STEAM fields, especially focusing on women in STEAM. My parents always taught me and my siblings about the importance of education. My parents, along with my older siblings, are my mentors professionally, academically, and personally

I would like Entre Estudiantes EG to be able to provide even higher levels of mentorship to young Equatoguineans that I have been blessed to experience. As Nelson Mandela said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which [we] can use to save the world.” I live by this quote and I believe that together we can learn and grow

Provide resources that expose Equatoguineans to different career paths and advocate for career growth and job opportunity

Network with students (current and alumni) on both local (EG) and international levels in order to build connections

Help improve the educational system of Equatorial Guinea (EG) and share international opportunities

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I am Isabel Eburi, born and raised  in Equatorial Guinea. I recently graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering (structures track). As a student at Texas A&M, I served as a Civil Engineering Ambassador and I was an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). I am currently working as a graduate engineer, and I am the founder of the  platform Entre Estudiantes EG (EEEG).

If you are a student or professional in your field and have a passion for education and professional development, do not hesitate to contact us and join the EEEG Team