Adults facing unemployment are often eager to learn meaningful trades. At our vocational training center besides teaching basic life-skills, we’ve helped disenfranchised young people become professionals in cooking and baking. These have become sought after employees due to the work ethic and integrity built into our training.
Students … Old and Young
Here we share about two students, so you will understand more about them and keep interceding for their life, work, and service in their community!
She is our oldest student, at 60 years old! After she retired from a government related NGO job, she came to study at our program. She brings rich experience, history, and maturity to our program.
She is the youngest student of our program: 23 years old! She came from a nearby country* to work in the big city. Only about three months ago, she started the program. She is working a pharmaceutical company and is deeply saddened by the fact that there is so much corruption in the business. She is trying hard to be a good example in the company, but it is not easy.
*Real names, photos, locations are not used for security reasons.