She started to look for institutions. She wanted to find one that would meet her expectations for learning, pay, and work and practice performance.
Upon finishing her technician work, she wants to start working at an entity like “salud coop” [health coop] with their families. She wants to become the best in the profession. She wants to have her own office and to be a complete professional.
She needs the loan to be able to help her mother make the payments. It is very hard to get the money to pay for the monthly installments and transportation costs, etc. Her mother is the person who is helping her meet her goals.
Empezó a buscar institutos queriendo encontrar uno que le llenara las expectativas de aprendizaje, comedida de pago y desempeño laboral y practico.
Al terminar el técnico laboral quiere comenzar a trabajar en una cede como “salud coop” con familiares de él y llegar a ser la mejor de la profesión y tener el propio consultorio y ser todo una profesional.
Necesita el convenio por comodidad de pago para poder colaborar a la madre ya que es muy difícil conseguir el dinero para pagar las mensualidades, pasaje etc., ya que es la persona que le está ayudando a cumplir las metas.
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This loan will help a CampoAlto student pay a semester's tuition. With seven branches throughout Bogota, Colombia, CampoAlto tailors educational programs for socially marginalized students. Each of these courses lasts three semesters on average and includes specialized training and internship placement to help students secure jobs after graduation.
This Kiva loan will be used to provide borrowers with needed goods or services, as opposed to cash or financial credit.
About CampoAltoCampoAlto is a for-profit education institute that offers a variety of classes to students from socially or economically marginalized groups, including women, ethnic minorities, displaced populations, disabled individuals, and those living below the poverty line. Kiva funding is being used to pay tuition for students who couldn’t otherwise afford to attend classes.
Because CampoAlto’s core business is not purely microfinance, there is some level of additional risk for lenders. For this reason, Kiva has not assigned the institute a risk rating.
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