Meet Henry Seremet


Athletes in Steamboat Springs are taking the skills they learn on the playing field, like hard work, dedication, discipline, and accountability, and applying them to solving real -world problems.


When a community doesn’t have access to clean water, children are among the most impacted. They are more likely to get sick, miss school, and lose time they could be spending with their friends and families. Athletes water well saves 38 Lives, gives safe water to 10,000 children, and changes over 25,000 Real Lives. Be the LINK, join their movement!

I have lived here in Steamboat for many years and am a very hardworking student.

The investment in me would change my lives as well as many lives in Uganda.

Question: What grade are you in high school?
Answer: Junior 11th Grade

Question: What is your favorite school subject?
Answer: Math

Question: What sport(s) do you play that got you involved with Generation U?
Answer: Football

Question: What interests you most about being a GenU Athlete?
Answer: I am really interested in the direct impact I can make on people’s lives.

Question: What are you hoping to learn/gain from this experience?
Answer: I’m hoping to learn how to make myself investable by being able to pitch an opportunity for others to be a part of and invest into.

Question: Why should your community invest in you?
Answer: Because I am a disciplined, hard working kid who lives in Steamboat living intentionally for BIG things and right now one of them is saving lives in Africa.

Question: What are your plans for after high school?
Answer: I want to pursue a construction management degree at CSU.