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Rachel Rossette

Rachel comes from a small town in Mississippi, where she grew up with a love for country music and anything related to fried chicken. While serving a full-time mission in Minnesota, she spent time with refugees who couldn’t earn an education in the United States because of the financial burden of paying for English-language learning courses and of obtaining a degree. BYU-Pathway Worldwide provides opportunities for those same refugees––and many others around the world––to gain an affordable education through the L version of PathwayConnect. She is excited to share with others the miracles she’s witnessed through BYU-Pathway. Rachel is currently pursuing a degree in communications and ancient Near Eastern studies at Brigham Young University.

20 August 2019

Organization: A Key to Success

There’s no question that life can get busy! Between balancing school, work, family, and church responsibilities, who has…

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8 July 2019

When You Put the Lord First

Like many others, Daniele Salerno put his education on hold to pursue marriage and a family. When he…

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1 July 2019

Miracles in Mongolia

An introduction to new beliefs Puje Nyamaa grew up in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, when Mongolia was a socialist country…

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24 June 2019

Continue in Faith

BYU-Pathway Worldwide students around the globe face significant challenges but have been able to overcome these obstacles and…

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19 June 2019

Meet Kempe Nicoll

Kempe Nicoll, a native of Mesa, Arizona, has always been passionate about education and the blessings it brings…

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17 June 2019

Friendship and Support in BYU-Pathway Worldwide

A much-needed support system Research shows that students who have a solid support system in their life excel…

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10 June 2019

4 Tips to Become an Effective Leader

Mothers. Fathers. Teachers. Church leaders. Historical figures. There’s no shortage of personal heroes that personify the term “leadership.”…

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