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Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazan, Honduras / Education
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Jeysi Yamileth's story
At 28 years of age, Jeysi is a young woman who lives with her parents and siblings and who struggles to be an independent person. She obtained her high school degree focused on secretarial studies, but her dream has always been a higher degree that will offer professional excellence. She decided to pursue a university degree in marketing. She has been able to pursue university studies thanks to the love and support of her parents. She has also worked from a young age to pay for her college education. She considers herself to have a generous heart and she likes to help those who need her assistance. She is also social and smiles when facing any difficulty. Her kindness and friendliness helps her get through day by day. Her motivation is to become a marketer and to put her knowledge into practice in her field and be competitive. Meeting her professional goals will help her generate more income for herself and for her family. Since she has never been alone even in her most difficult moments, she thinks that one of the best forms of repayment to her parents would be to finish her degree and have professional success. As a side note she mentions the constant sacrifice that is required when one must try to work at the same time that they go to school. Jeysi visualizes her future as a businesswoman, generating thousands of opportunities for people who do not have a job and who have sacrificed themselves in order to get ahead.