The absence of a higher education institution in Robi’s community Lungi, Kaffu Bullom Chiefdom Northern Sierra Leone and the inability of disadvantaged high school graduates to afford university tuition resulted in them turning to activities such as drug and alcohol consumption, prostitution, and gambling. Inspired to create future leaders, Tambay Mansaray and James Bangura founded Saint James College to provide these people with post-secondary education, so they can become active members of society and help develop Sierra Leone’s economy. The majority of the area’s youths are now enrolled in the college’s Certificate, National Diploma, and Higher National Diploma courses, so they can find a sense of purpose in life.