Education  India Project #21320

Transforming Youth in India with Computer Training

by India Partners
Transforming Youth in India with Computer Training
Transforming Youth in India with Computer Training
Transforming Youth in India with Computer Training
Transforming Youth in India with Computer Training
Transforming Youth in India with Computer Training
Transforming Youth in India with Computer Training
Feb 21, 2017

A job trajectory toward success.

Your gifts to Transforming Youth in India with Computer Training are having significant impact.

A physical disability normally means that you have to work three times as hard to overcome the hindrances that the disability presents.  For the average person this means they give up in despair long before success has an opportunity to come to fruition.

Suneetha is enrolled in the current batch at our Computer Training Institute. Her plan is to combine her college diploma and the experience she is gaining in Information Technology to obtain a government job after graduation.

Suneetha has a sharp sense of humor and joyfully works hard to meet the demands of the course knowing that by excelling she will certainly get a good posting.

As the staff talked with her they learned that she had previously used two crutches for walking.  Though her legs did not function properly, she had enough strength in her legs to support her so that with significant effort she could move with the crutches and therefore navigate through situations where a wheelchair would not allow her to go. 

But that was two years ago.  She thought there was no way that she could ever do that again.  The staff, knowing that greater opportunities would be available to her, would not listen to her fears but challenged her to try, and try again.  Each failure was nothing more than a new learning experience.

The day I visited she was seated, not in a wheelchair, but a regular chair while taking part in the training class.  To use the crutches was a struggle but each time was a new success and her confidence began to grow.

In a few months’ time Sunetha will graduate.  Already her self-confidence has set her on a trajectory for success.  She will have a new found mobility to combine with her developed computer skills so that she will be ready for a career in Information Technology.

Thank you for being part of her journey.  A journey you helped transform through your strategic and thoughtful giving through Transforming Youth in India with Computer Training ,

 

Sincerely,


John Sparks

P.S. You can change even more lives, visit Transforming Youth in India with Computer Training today and be the catalyst of transformation for a disabled youth.

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John Sparks
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