Cherishing Hard-won Opportunities

“Hello! I am Drolmatso, a student of Husky Energy Tailoring Skills Training program. I have completed three months of skill training. Thank you for giving me this opportunity, which I will always remember.”

“I have only the education level of grade seven, and I don’t have a stable job and income. Sometimes I work as a waitress to increase my family’s income, so I have been looking for opportunities to participate in skill training and improve my ability. I’m lucky I met you.”

TRAINING PERIOD

“During the three-month training period, the trainees were very united. 30 of us, from strangers to acquaintances to good friends, came from various townships and villages in Henan county. At the beginning, everyone encounterd different difficulties in the learning process, but we all helped each other solve them. The teacher is also very good to the students. The lectures are very organized and fair in each assessment.”

“In the first month, he told us about the size and design, which was not very difficult for me. Then the teacher arranged two assessments for us, and I got 100 points twice.”

“The course arranged for us in the second month is cutting, which is a very difficult part for me, but with the help of teachers and students, I mastered the cutting in one month, with my assessment score also being 100 points.”

“In the third month, we made clothes independently based on the skills we learned in the previous two months. During this period, I completed two Tibetan clothes to wear by myself.”

WORKING HARD

“I have mastered this skill of tailoring in the three-month learning process. I know this opportunity is hard won, so I cherish it more. I worked hard in the learning process and participated in the daily courses.”

“Now I work at home and earn money by making clothes. My income is growiong. I hope I can make more money and improve my family living conditions after I become more and more skilled in technology in the future.”

“Thank you again for your kindness. I hope more women like me can get your help. thank you!”


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