20 June 2019 • Content team
Just a moment with Mbaimbai Fhatuwani Moses (2/2)
“I don’t really have a dream job, if that means working for a certain company at a certain position. For me it’s not about that. When I was little I would have never dreamed to be where I am today. Where I am today showed me that something really bad can happen, but the next day can be completely different. A little while ago I lost my job. Now I know this happened for a reason.
I want to do something that is meaningful for the people close to me. Here in Holland you have green energy. It’s not the question if this is going to be important or not, in a couple of years it’s the only kind of energy we have left. In the village where I am from people don’t have access to it now, so I would like to introduce it there. If that means I can help the community, I have found my dream job.”
Mbaimbai Fhatuwani Moses, selected for a 2-month exchange programme from South Africa to work on the project Direct Current Transmission at The Hague University of Applied Sciences, campus Delft
JUST A MOMENT
Over the course of a day, you see dozens of faces passing by: in the Atrium, on the stairs, on your way to class. Behind each face is a unique story. This series of interviews, inspired by ‘Humans of New York’, gives readers a little peek into the lives of students and staff at THUAS.